Posts Tagged ‘great white’

You Call That a Stinson Beach Shark Sighting, Marin IJ? Now THIS is a Stinson Beach Shark Sighting

Monday, June 20th, 2011

[UPDATE: Oh, here we go, now that’s a shark. And follow this link from Fred Sharples to see video of what all the fuss is over.)

Well that’s it, no more surfing at Stinson Beach this week due to the recent sighting of a 8-10 foot great white shark.

All right.

But THIS is a far better Stinson Beach shark sighting, one from 2008, don’t you think? Compare the size of the birds with the size of the fish:

Via Fear Beneath

Now, speaking of sharks, this one isn’t, I don’t think:

(Nice shot, though.)

Anywho, didn’t realize that the spotting of a three-yard fishy could shut down a Marin County beach for a week.

Click to expand – via Muhawi001

News to me…

KALW Does a Bit on Bolinas, That Marin County Town That’s Friendly, and yet Not Friendly

Thursday, September 2nd, 2010

KALW‘s Steven Short finds Bolinas, CA a “friendly town” – check out his new CrossCurrents bit here, why not?

Now, here’s my version of the story. Enjoy:

Inbetwixt the friendly elephant seals of the Point Reyes National Seashore…

Click to expand:

(This was from at least double the official keep-away distance, we’re talking hundreds of yards, so I don’t want to hear it. Made using the remarkable 1999-2010 Canon EF 300mm f/2.8 L IS USM and EF 2x II Extender, handheld.) 

…and the friendly regular seals of Bolinas Lagoon…

…you’ll find the unfriendly town of Bolinas, CA:

The reason why the locals, some of whom, for some reason, feel quite empowered to bully auslanders, always tear down the road signs on the Pacific Coast Highway is because their USPS letter carrier already knows how to get there.

Fin.