365 Project – 112: Earth Day Beach Cleanup – Port Angeles, WA (April 21, 2012)

Shutter Speed: 1/200, Aperture: F/16, ISO: 400

During our beach cleanup this morning these rowers whizzed by, reminding me that one of the reasons we choose to take care of our local beaches, and planet, is  so we can enjoy nature’s amazing playground. Mostly we found cigarette butts, food wrappers, and cans. It’s amazing that litter still happens. Seriously, how hard is it to PICK…UP…YOUR…OWN…TRASH???!!!  I happened to find a wheel of some sorts buried in the sand near the low tide line, pictured below. Some speculated it was an antique steering wheel from a boat or car. I wonder what it’s story is? Wreckage from a sunken boat, something washed up from Japan? Hmmm… Well, it felt great being amongst other volunteer adults and kids caring for our beaches. Thank you to everyone for celebrating Earth Day, and EVERY day, by keeping our planet clean! 🙂
See more of my 365 Project: Untouched photos from my Nikon D5000 with 50mm lens

(Note:  the three photos below were slightly post-processed; only the photo of the rowers above was untouched, straight out of the camera)


One comment on “365 Project – 112: Earth Day Beach Cleanup – Port Angeles, WA (April 21, 2012)

  1. Steve (SLHPHOTO1 at Photobucket) says:

    Hi Amelia! I was intrigued by the old steering wheel photo …
    Here are a couple of results from my Google search. Perhaps they will further fuel your imagination!



    If only that old wheel could talk!


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