WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge: Unlikely

This is of the known but unlikely visualization of fresh mountain rainforest water meeting the salt water of the Pacific Ocean. It was taken on the island of Kauai at Hanakapiai Beach: The most dangerous beach in Hawaii Beach – a walk in only beach.  There are many signs here warning visitors not to go in the water, for many have died. The water here is what the local call “confused”. Part of the confusion is the visible unlikely sighting of fresh water mixing with ocean water. Breathtakingly dangerous!


Where the Water is Confused, Kauai’s Hanakapiai Beach, © Carol Labuzzetta, 2013

The following photos were chosen when I though the prompt was unexpected! While they work for unlikely, and I changed my captions, I searched my files for something I could add, as you see in the above photographs.  Enjoy the rest, even though they are for the wrong prompt!

Unlikely: A Late April Snowstorm! © Carol Labuzzetta, 2018
Unlikely: A Tillandsia Bloom, © Carol Labuzzetta, 2017
Moon Set Christmas Day 2015
Unlikely:  A Christmas Day Moon Set on Maui is as beautiful as the sun rise on the other side of the volcanic crater! © Carol Labuzzetta, 2015
Unlikely: A bottle of perfume was inside the box in what I thought I had bought as a bar of soap!  Did not realize was it was until I got it all the way home! © Carol Labuzzetta, 2017
Unlikely: A seagull trying to eat a tennis ball on the beach in The Netherlands on the shore of the North Sea! I don’t think it was the meal he thought he was getting! Did it smell fishy? © Carol Labuzzetta, 2016

Unlikely find on a morning walk: A sea-lion asleep on the beach on the island of Kauai. © Carol Labuzzetta, 2013.

These are my submissions  for the WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge: Unlikely.



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