Standing under the Cocoa Beach pier during a low tide while enjoying the feeling of the sand slipping away from beneath my feet as the water moved in its ebb and flow I looked up and for the first time noticed the ASYMMETRICAL design of the structure. Another example of looking at something over and over, yet not ‘seeing’.


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    1. funny you mention abstract feel… one of the images posted in the beginning of this challenge is from under the same pier (different day) which I converted it into an abstract.

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  1. HOLY WATERS!!! I see sand, I see dancing droplets of water, i see a city skyline in the first wave nearest to you I see levels of water as they leave the scene, could they be steps to the distant land???? Outstanding Pearl… Outstanding or Outsanding….

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  2. I am slightly off of center, but I absolutely love under the pier shots. There is a whole other world under the pier, so thanks for taking me there!

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  3. I love that feeling of sand and water washing over my feet, the underside of the pier and its pylons also gives me a feeling of imbalance, glad you looked up.

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  4. Wonderful how the one straight line goes on for so long while the closer piles look a bit wonky. I envy too that you can be in the water.

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  5. Because I am drawn to piers, I love this shot. I’ve always found it difficult to balance the light when under a pier, so well done. You’ve given us so many things to look at in this image. The sea spray adds further interest too. Well spotted, shot, and processed.

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