Mouth of the Klamath River

With a shifting sand bar and a colony of harbor seal.
I was here 10 years ago...
And the mouth was at the other end...
The sand bar had shifted like a tongue to the other side.
A decade ago we saw grey whales...
And every pinniped possible in this region.
This time we only saw harbor seals, seagulls, and dead crabs.
And a lone fisherman.
Who was pulling these guys up left and right.
I forgot the name. Poor creature.
And lines of sea foam, don't forget those.
Textbook trudging went down.
Sitting silently for an hour watching was quite enjoyable.
Posted September 4th, 2009 by A decade, I can speak in those terms, you know?
Nice shots.
Sad decline of our world, oceans.
We are old aren't we?
Posted By: Eggs McManus on September 3rd, 2009 at 06:52AM PST
I know.

Im old enough to remember the last decade like it was yesterday.

Posted By: on September 4th, 2009 at 03:51AM PST
This is beautiful.. Such a change of pace from your prior posts.

Where is this? It's awesome.
The ocean will eventually drain, & more housing tracks & planned neighborhoods will be built. Cul-de-sac kingdom.

I think they are Grouper fish. Speaking of Grouper fish, check out Grouper, the musician. Her music is amazing. If you're into that ambient/noise/folk thing..
Posted By: Jacob on September 4th, 2009 at 10:41AM PST
Posted By: Jacob on September 4th, 2009 at 10:42AM PST
The ocean is bullshit,let's coat that fucker with plastic and build homes on it like we should have already,jk

Dude,fishing is hella I don't eat it so it's pretty pointless.chillin next to huge bodies of water is cool though
Posted By: Jgonzalez on September 5th, 2009 at 11:26AM PST
You were on my beach. I just got back from a month there. The beach is owned by the Williams family of which I am one. The fish you show is a red tailed perch and very good eating. Lots of salmon there now as Sept. is good salmon fishing at the mouth. Lots of Indians net fishing there this time of year also.
Posted By: Mel Smith on September 19th, 2009 at 09:59PM PST
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