Beach Cliffs

Reflection
“Reflection” was taken at Torrey Pines State Reserve on February 11, 2013.

I visit Torrey Pines fairly often. This was the first time that I noticed the reflection of the cliffs in the lingering water. (This is most likely because I am in awe of the ocean or watching the sunset.) After taking the picture, I turned to watch the waves. When I looked back, the reflection was replaced with a few puddles on the sand.

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One Response to Beach Cliffs

  1. Hello,
    my name is Caitlin, your blog is great! I work for Liverpool Hope University. We are holding an international symposium exploring the conservation, management and restoration of coastal cliffs and lake bluffs. Understanding the significance of these areas and their management requirements in the face of human exploitation and the impact of climate change is a major challenge. In order to identify the status, issues and management requirements of these areas a symposium is organised.
    The symposium will take place in Llandudno North Wales United Kingdom, over two days on Tuesday 17th September 2013 and Wednesday 18th September 2013, with an extra two days for optional field trips (Monday 16th September 2013 and Thursday 19th September 2013).
    For more information please visit http://www.hope.ac.uk/cliffs or email cliffs@hope.ac.uk and I would be happy to assist you further. If you know anybody who would be interested in this event could you please provide me with an email address to contact them or forward this email to them.

    Thank you.

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