Today's Flowers: Sea Oats

Topsail. A sunrise through the long legs of some sea oats.  Not a flower but a plant, and not even the whole plant.  Just the stems. These oats grow on along the length of the dunes at Topsail. When I am up in time for the sunrise, my first view at the beach is through the oats.  I just love it.

Today's Flowers

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  1. Beautiful how the sun is peeking through.. ready to rise above the stems in just a few minutes.

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  2. Oh how beautiful...breathtaking shot!
    Hugs
    SueAnn

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  3. This is so moody seeing the sun through the sea oats. Moody in a nice way. :)

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  4. great view, Sandy.
    Congrats
    Have a nice sunday
    http://graceolsson.com/blog/2011/04/humanity-photo-awards-2011/

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  5. I love sea oats and what a great view through them.

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  6. a wonderful sunrise photo-you captured it perfectly

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  7. Terrific capture as always, Sandy! And what a gorgeous way to begin any day!! I do love the sun through the sea oats!! Superb! Enjoy your day!

    Sylvia

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  8. Great pic, Your remark about the oats being the first thing you see in the morning prompted "Over the woods, and through the oats...." in my mind.

    Sorry, I'm a little lightheaded this morning I guess.

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  9. I really like the way you've captured the rising sun through the sea oats. Very beautiful (and spectacular).

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  10. Oh to be at the beach!

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  11. Nice capture Sandy...I dare not go to my lakeshore as the winds are howling! Brrrr!

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  12. Fantastic picture!

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  13. And what a beautiful, magical view it is!

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  14. your single shots and few eloquent words are rich!





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  15. it served like a natural curtain. just the way one would wish they are in the same situation as you were at that time.

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  16. Beautiful shot, really fascinating!

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