Friday, August 06, 2010


Photo by SnaggleTooth Aug 2010
The sunset I'd gone to fav beach for this week was for the most part obscured by thick clouds on the horizon.
I think I've mentioned on ESR that my Digi-Cam doesn't seem to see the reds my eye does, expecially when I can see that odd phenomenon of the setting sun as a glowing red ball. It has until now been seen on my pics as only a white space when I get home.
Finally, I got a small Digi peek of that pink orb I could see with my eyes filtered thru a thin spot in those clouds. It was so windy (25 to 35 knots), it's amazing any shots came out in focus- I was braced against a rock for this one. You can see the water being pushed by the strong gusts.
My hair got really messed up, but I went to the store after for errands anyhow... after somewhat twirling it back with my fingers.


At 6:03 AM, Blogger desk49 said...

The Digi-cam sees in one direction your eye sees in many. So the eye will get shades and tones the Digi-cam wont.

At 7:07 AM, Blogger Lynn said...

It's lovely - thanks for the Cape sunset. :)

At 10:11 AM, Blogger TALON said...

That sky is amazing! Gorgeous capture, Snaggle.

At 6:25 PM, Blogger Jannie Funster said...

Now THAT is my kind of beach day, Snaggle.

Give me a rugged craggy grey.
Give me wind -- I'll take that day.
I'm not the sort to lie and sun.
Cooler contemplation -- that's MY fun!!


At 6:29 PM, Blogger Blue Bunny said...

my deerist snaggil.

my jannie having kamra woze, a bit. she nott having a passwerd for ebae, the offise ladee do haz it, and she nott reterning fone cals. mabee she in a snitt.

butt my jannie iz optimistik it wil werk out and the universil plan is unfolding liee is shood.

wit loves and dreems of karrits.



At 4:31 AM, Blogger Snaggle Tooth said...

Ellis, it always amazes me what the eye sees- items which seem so large end up so small in pics also. I thought it was due to the iris adjustment n the cams fixed settings...

Lynn, Thanks- at least we weren't in the storm section under those clouds! We've had several good ones this week.

Talon, Thanks- you wouldn't believe how many times I've tried to get that colored orb shape to come out-

JanF, You like my notriously windy spot, without sunshine, eh? I liked there wasn't other folks out there- I like sunlight, having missed so much of daylight hours due to work!
Thanks for the little rhyme- I contemplate all the time myself-

BB, Poor Jannie! My cam has problems alot too- freezes up, batteries die out fast, now the card is almost full again!
I hope her Ebay prob clears up soon, n she gets rich selling stuff...

At 6:23 AM, Blogger Wusel's... said...

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I think you'll like it.
I would be very pleased if you like to follow my blog.

At 10:00 AM, Blogger ... Paige said...

so, what you are saying is I can use the "I've been at the windy beach" as an escuse for why my hair is the way it is? All crazy and sticky uppie like.

Nice shot.

At 3:23 AM, Blogger Snaggle Tooth said...

Hello Joe, welcome to ESR comments from Germany! I see you're also a songwriter, Visual Designer, n like Star Wars. I see you do alot of stylized famous folks paintings like Elvis, love fashion, n post photos too. Thanks

Paige, I was gonna ask commenters if they'd go to the store looking like Nick Nolte, or if they'd go home n fix it first!
Well, I have to save fuel bux, n yes- it's a great excuse!

At 3:26 AM, Blogger Wusel's... said...

No...not only portraits but I'm somehow into it since a couple of weeks...don't know why...I'm doing a lot of paintings...different...more or less abstract...just to make people happy with my art and to show what I like...all I draw are persons i really admire.
Thank you very much for your comment, I'm always very thankful when nice bloggers stop by my art...there are not many people nowadays interested in art what is a real pity. Art seems to be not very important for the younger generations that are too much influenced by watching TV or playing computer games. Don't you think?

At 5:08 AM, Blogger Snaggle Tooth said...

Joe, Yes, I think most younger folks aren't as appreciative of arts due to the electronic media revolution in general.
But take heart, I find artists are some of the best bloggers, after all!


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