A Word-A-Week Photograph Challenge: Reef

The dictionary defines reef if a noun as “a ridge of jagged rock, coral or sand just below or above the surface of the sea.”

The sea is one of my favorite photo subjects so I almost always have them in my collection.

Here are my entries to Sue Llewellyn’s photo challenge for the week. To join and see more entries, go here.


“The Lone Cypress” is the iconic symbol of Pebble Beach, California. You see it everywhere, in tee-shirts, souvenir bags, postcards.

Asilomar Beach, Pacific Grove, CA

Asilomar Beach, Pacific Grove, CA

Chinaman's Cove, Point Lobos, California

Chinaman’s Cove, Point Lobos, California

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8 Responses to A Word-A-Week Photograph Challenge: Reef

  1. The Rev. Thelma B. Burgonio-Watson, M.Div. Pamana National Consultant on Faith Response to Sexual Assault & Domestic Violence , Professional Boundaries and Human Trafficking

    burgoniowatson@gmail.com 970 744 9848



  2. bebs1 says:

    Happy Easter Manang Thelma, glad you found your way back here. Thanks for dropping by.


  3. Amy says:

    Breathtaking photos of the beaches! Love of the the Lone Cypress, a very special symbol.


  4. bebs1 says:

    Thanks Amy. I could never get tired of them. My dream was to own a house by the beach, in Carmel remember (if I win the Lotto)?


  5. Sue Slaght says:

    Love these photos especially the first! Stunning!


  6. bebs1 says:

    Thank you Sue.

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  7. bebs1 says:

    Thank you!


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