Double Bubble

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  1. JimFox

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    This is also from last weekend at Woods Cove in Laguna Beach. One of the cool things to me about these holes that are fed from below with the surging water is how they go from empty to rising and looking like there is this water bubble being created as the water tops it and flows over.

    The water on the right isn't from a hole like on the right, but actually from a narrow channel that takes on a life of it's own, and can look like the water is also bubbling up at times.

    All comments are welcome,

    Jim

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  2. AlanLichty

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    I like the reflected sunset in the pools towards the end of the shelf and the one far little bit of backlit spray on the right. Looks like a neat formation to play with.
     
  3. JimFox

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    Thanks Alan, it's a fun place to play, but only if the tide is right. :)
     
  4. Bart Carrig

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    So nice Jim, so perfectly executed. Did you have with you a Popiel Pocket Bubble Exploder?

    Bart
     
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    I sure might have needed on Bart! I am glad you liked this.
     
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    Very interesting water movement. Like the spray on the right which catches the light.
     
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    “Double, double, toil and trouble.” Did you soak your apple? ;) Great shot.
     
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    I love the color of the water and the textures in this, Jim.
     
  9. JimFox

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    Thanks Jameel, that was something I really liked about that shot too.
     
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    There is so much to like about this, a real beaut of a photo.
     
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    Watching water motion is great fun, very good capture.
     

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