Wednesday, March 31, 2010

The Day After the Storm

I took a walk down the Cliff Walk this morning. The seas were pretty rough, but not really surf-worthy, despite the guy I got below. There were only three people out there, and in the hour that I hung around that was the only run anybody made. Still, that was some rough water!

© 2010 by A. Roy Hilbinger

This just in: Apparently Scott Brown is still pretending that Rachel Maddow is after his Senate seat so he can raise more money. Rachel finally said "enough's enough" and is calling him out on it:

Scott, if we weren't already convinced you were a moron, this oughta do the trick!


  1. So funny to see surfer's all dressed up in full wet suits. Just as well there's no sharks there, they must look like grey seals from below! Looking a little bleak I must say but has it's own raw beauty.

  2. Ooo, that last photo conjures "Last night I dreamt I went to Manderley again."

  3. Baino - not too much in the way of sharks here. Farther down the coast in warmer weather, yes, and the occasional shark is spotted in the area in the summer. But sharks aren't common in this area.

    Willow - I always see Wuthering Heights when I look at Rough Point (that's the name of both the rocky point and the mansion).

  4. one of the movies that aired at the recent ciff was a documentary about winter surfers on lake erie.... always enjoy your surfer snaps!

    go rachel!!

  5. Some Wild Water There Roy! How do you manage to keep the lens dry?

  6. ah, bet they are having a blast out there on the waves...need to get to the ocean...soon.

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