Occasionally I like to take part in these themed postathons, and Ailsa’s are always great. This time the theme is motion, and you can find many more over at her blog post on Where’s My Backpack.
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Big waves pound the tilted layers of an ancient delta at Cape Arago on the central Oregon Coast.
The spring melt-off at Bryce National Park in Utah brings a slow-moving but inexorable slurry plowing through the snow.
Cambodians and their bicycles! Commuting through one of Angkor Wat’s more out-of-the-way gates.
I think you can feel this stream in Oregon rolling through the mossy forest.
This was a very windy day in the dunes at Death Valley. You can see the sand moving over the foreground. Lens changes were not a good idea!
This American dipper is constantly on the move up and down streams, on the hunt for food. Here one dips for lunch on the Snake River in Grand Teton National Park.
This was her first ride on my horse, believe it or not. And boy did she get a ride!
A swirling eddy on a creek in Utah.
You can see the water spraying up as this young bull in the Okavango Delta begins his charge – a false one lucky for us.
The Gallatin River flows from Yellowstone north into a beautiful valley in Montana.
Gold Dancer feeling frisky.
Fast-moving clouds streak the sky over moonlit Little Ruin Canyon at Hovenweep, Utah.
A body in motion stays in motion – the creed for a group of exercise enthusiasts from a nearby fitness spa in Snow Canyon State Park, Utah.
Getting very close to a full Panther Creek Falls in southwest Washington was a wet experience!
Horses in motion are my favorite. Here my girl Khallie is faster than her mom!
A lone wildebeast stands against an oncoming storm in the Mbabe Depression of Botswana. You can see the wind in the tree he’s standing under.
Sometimes I don’t blur waterfalls because I think stopping the motion gives a better sense of the power. That was the case here at Victoria Falls on the Zimbabwe-Zambia border.
Surf in motion at Cape Kiwanda in Oregon.
A boat motors down the Willamette in Portland, Oregon at sunset.
A small peaceful cove on the northern California coast features an active little stream plus abalone shells!