Eugene Cho

low tide adventure pictures

Wow!  After some morning drizzle, it turned out to be a beautiful day here in Seattle and the low tides during midday did not disappoint.  So glad that Minhee and I took the kids out of school for couple hours to explore Golden Gardens Beach.  Our kids knew what most of these sealife were or at least, they had better guesses than I did. 

While the forecast calls for rain throughout the week, you can still enjoy the low tide throughout the entire week.  Check out these pictures.  I’m borrowing a Canon G9 from one of the best photographers I know. Best point and shoot that I’ve personally used.  The last photo was taken by MacHero.

* No animals were hurt in this photoshoot.

Filed under: family, travel,

5 Responses

  1. ryanbd says:

    fabulous – great pics. I almost made it out there today…maybe tomorrow.

  2. Derek says:

    Wow! These are beautiful pictures. If I was only near Seattle…

  3. brother terry says:

    That is so cool!

  4. Danielle says:

    These are incredible pictures!

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