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Cet arbre aura vu tant de choses, entendu tant d'amoureux et essuyé mille coups de vent mais il se dresse toujours égal à lui-même et à sa beauté pour contempler l'infini de la mer."Que sont les siècles pour la mer".. a dit un écrivain français Max Gallo...Bisous de France.
I think this is going to be the best Sky Watch Friday yet. The things I have seen are very encouraging and the photography is spot on. I really admire your photography skills and your critical eye for composition, lighting and texture.Abraham LincolnBrookville Daily Photo
Been there and photographed it - I never tire of viewing that lone cypress.I'm just back on line having been "without" for FOUR WEEKS. The joys of moving into a new apartment!AnneP.S. I've missed you.
What a breathtaking capture! I do love the area! Really superb! Love your composition! Happy SWF! Hope you have a great weekend!Sylvia
The cypress will receive one more photographic tribute when I go there, thanks to you!A MAN WHO LOOKED UP AT THE SKYA man who looked up at the skySaw ravens and clouds flying by.He had to look up,The sky filled his cup—He’s my kind of sky-watching guy!© 2011 by Magical Mystical TeacherPearl Harbor sky
I have seen this tree many times and yours is a most lovely view! Great light and composition!
@ElleonaLa mer est la mère de nous tous.
Thanks for sharing the info on that lone cypress! It doesn't look that old at all! Amazing, because I see only rocks around it!
Incredible view. Very nicely captured. Have a blessed week-end.
Beautiful pic Bill, a little different take.
I posted a shot of that lone cypress back in Oct or Nov of 2010- I must say I like your photo much better-more ocean and scenery in yours. Beautiful place, beautiful pic. Have a nice weekend. Mickie :)
This is splendid, absolutely breathtaking capture shared~
Very nice photo.Regards!
A beautiful shot that brings back some lovely memories of Monterey, Pebble Beach and Carmel. We ran two motels during the time we lived in Monterey. We went to see the Lone Cypress several times, and walked around Point Lobos and China Cove, where we had little wild birds land on our hands to eat proffered seed.
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