Monday, April 19, 2010

Tidepools

It occurs to me that in more than one and one-half years of doing this Daily Photo site, I have not posted a photo of something that people enjoy doing every day in and around Tamarindo -- exploring tidepools. Children especially like discovering the clams, crabs, little fish, shells, and other gifts from mother nature that abound in the tidepools.

The beach at Playa Langosta where our condo is located and the San Francisco point that separates Tamarindo beach from Langosta are especially well suited for tide pool exploration. At low tide, a volcanic rock outcropping is exposed under the ocean. It is relatively flat to walk on and you can explore large areas that are under water at high tide.

This week we are showing photos of one of our favorite cities, and certainly the most unique city on earth, Venice, on our Viva la Voyage travel photo site. It is a photographer's delight.

7 comments:

JM said...

I'm far from being a child (LOL!) and I love exploring tidepools! :-) There's always so much to find. Those shells are beautiful!

brattcat said...

A wonderfully inviting image, Dave.

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

they have great tide pools on Costa Rica. So many interesting critters in the tide pools.

Sharon said...

I love exploring tide pools. I must be a kid at heart.

Lois said...

That does look like a fun place to explore!

Jarart said...

You never know what you might find in a tidepool. Fun!

glenda said...

One of my favorite past times at the beach!

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