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Beatles, Abby Road

Postby Matt Quinn » Fri Aug 04, 2017 4:05 pm

At low tide in Brewster, on Cape Cod, you can walk a mile out to the water line. On this day, low tide was around noon and the sand was very hot, but a small stream of cold water fed into the bay. As my family made its way onto the mud flats, they followed our granddaughter's lead in the stream. I saw what was developing, ran to the right and waited. If only all had their legs in the same position! Sometimes you have to take what it given. Matt
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Postby Ernst-Ulrich Schafer » Fri Aug 04, 2017 5:05 pm

Nice capture and enjoy the title.
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Postby rmalarz » Sat Aug 05, 2017 12:30 pm

Great catch, Matt. There must be some hidden meaning in that they are all barefoot.
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Matt Quinn wrote:At low tide in Brewster, on Cape Cod, you can walk a mile out to the water line. On this day, low tide was around noon and the sand was very hot, but a small stream of cold water fed into the bay. As my family made its way onto the mud flats, they followed our granddaughter's lead in the stream. I saw what was developing, ran to the right and waited. If only all had their legs in the same position! Sometimes you have to take what it given. Matt Beatlels, Abby Road (1 of 1).jpg
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Postby Matt Quinn » Sat Aug 05, 2017 4:09 pm

Ernst-Ulrich Schafer wrote:Nice capture and enjoy the title.


Thank you.
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Postby Matt Quinn » Sat Aug 05, 2017 4:10 pm

rmalarz wrote:Great catch, Matt. There must be some hidden meaning in that they are all barefoot.
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Matt Quinn wrote:At low tide in Brewster, on Cape Cod, you can walk a mile out to the water line. On this day, low tide was around noon and the sand was very hot, but a small stream of cold water fed into the bay. As my family made its way onto the mud flats, they followed our granddaughter's lead in the stream. I saw what was developing, ran to the right and waited. If only all had their legs in the same position! Sometimes you have to take what it given. Matt Beatlels, Abby Road (1 of 1).jpg


Thanks Bob. If there is any hidden meaning, it's hidden from me as well. I see only what I see. Matt
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Postby Duck » Sat Aug 05, 2017 6:58 pm

A little off topic but I found this humorous today when I checked the forum...
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The first two lines in my "Recent Topics" list related to each other. :D
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Postby Matt Quinn » Sun Aug 06, 2017 1:29 am

Duck wrote:A little off topic but I found this humorous today when I checked the forum...
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The first two lines in my "Recent Topics" list related to each other. :D


I feel flattered, awe-struck and intimidated to be in Dave Chinn's company. I should print and frame that. Thanks. Matt
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Postby minniev » Sun Aug 06, 2017 1:45 am

Matt Quinn wrote:At low tide in Brewster, on Cape Cod, you can walk a mile out to the water line. On this day, low tide was around noon and the sand was very hot, but a small stream of cold water fed into the bay. As my family made its way onto the mud flats, they followed our granddaughter's lead in the stream. I saw what was developing, ran to the right and waited. If only all had their legs in the same position! Sometimes you have to take what it given. Matt Beatlels, Abby Road (1 of 1).jpg


Nice catch, shows what paying attention and anticipating will do for ya!

I bet it would be nice in monochrome, too, it might emphasize their positions even more.
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Postby St3v3M » Sun Aug 06, 2017 10:02 am

minniev wrote:I bet it would be nice in monochrome, too, it might emphasize their positions even more.

I'd like to see that too! S-
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Re: Beatles, Abby Road

Postby Matt Quinn » Sun Aug 06, 2017 10:39 am

minniev wrote:
Matt Quinn wrote:At low tide in Brewster, on Cape Cod, you can walk a mile out to the water line. On this day, low tide was around noon and the sand was very hot, but a small stream of cold water fed into the bay. As my family made its way onto the mud flats, they followed our granddaughter's lead in the stream. I saw what was developing, ran to the right and waited. If only all had their legs in the same position! Sometimes you have to take what it given. Matt Beatlels, Abby Road (1 of 1).jpg


Nice catch, shows what paying attention and anticipating will do for ya!

I bet it would be nice in monochrome, too, it might emphasize their positions even more.


Thanks Minnie. I will try that. Happy Sunday. Matt
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