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Old Jan 22, 2006, 8:56 PM   #1
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While on a hunt for a certain lighthouse this morning, I decided to go all the way on down to the ocean and catch the sunrise. There was very heavy fog inland, and it was cloudy. I actually thought I might get to see a squall moving in, but the weather stabilized.

It was not a sweet sunrise, LOL. The "ocean witches" were hard at play this morning, blowing wind, boiling clouds, and just generally wreaking havoc up and down the beach.

The following are some shots I caught while out there at about 7 am.

Thanks for looking.

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These are some nice shots Tracy, thanks for sharing....Ocean Witches...I like that name you gave it.
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Old Jan 22, 2006, 9:49 PM   #7
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After hearing a whole lot about Tybee Beach I was really looking for a dramatic sunset.

Oh well, I can substitute an Oregon Sunset taken with a Canon S-2 IS. I hope you enjoy it.

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You won't get many ocean sunsets there MT. Lots of nice sunrises though! I hope you didn't get a sand burn from the blowing beach sand Tracy! When we were there the wind picked up every evening about sun down and the sand would nearly eat you alive! LOL Very nice photos. I can't decide between No. 1 and no. 2. Hows the Blue Dolphin Resturant these days? That was our hangout while there! Great margies!! LOL

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Well Dawg, we hang elsewhere, although I have heard that it is a good place to eat. We love The Crab Shack, with all the lights they have, the outdoor dining, and of course their restaurant cats! It is a fantastic place for quality seafood and atmosphere. Did you ever go to the Breakfast Cub when you were here? Little hole in the wall but has the BEST breakfasts anywhere.

MT I was out on your coast once. It was pretty, and the pacific is very different from the Atlantic.

Guess you had to be there. Thanks for the pic.

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Tracy your sunrise pics. were all nice. Thanks for sharing.

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