Tag Archives: beach
The Beach Scene. Home, familiar, you’ve been here before. You can relax and kick back. Do some people watching while having a light picnic lunch and an adult beverage; being with family has its advantages with designated drivers on hand. … Continue reading
As Sally says in her blog post today in this black and white photo challenge, “our engagement with nature is rarely subtle”. It is not. We can walk paths of serenity, and then encounter the beauty of nature’s strength, a … Continue reading
Oh so carefully stacking the seashells, balancing them just so. Our two year old grandson being careful…so unusual.
A treasure found on the beach of Cancun for today’s macro phoneography challenge sponsored by Lens and Pens by Sally
Pulled back to the ocean Dream travel in my sleep To Go back again ~~~ “Sweet dreams are made of these….who am I to disagree…Travel the world and the seven seas….Everybody’s looking for something…” Lyrics by Writer(s): Jean Claude Olivier, … Continue reading
Night. The beach harbors a peacefulness that soothes the soul. The light of the world dims, only to highlight the tranquil sound of the waves. Looking out into the darkness, listening to the waves sing a lullaby to the harried day that subsides. … Continue reading
An afternoon of rest! A little time to organize some photos from the currently ongoing visit on Oahu, and for whatever reason, the internet seems to be zipping along which hasn’t been the case since we got here (it has … Continue reading