celebrating stories and those who weave them
Wonderful post and haiku!I've never seen sea foam like that before. Thanks for sharing the pictures.
You know I love any and all beach pics you post. :) Thanks for making me smile.
So pretty! Nature is a glorious friend :)
Eagle: Thank you! I'm not at all sure that sea foam is a good thing. It could have some sudsy elements that aren't natural, but I love the way it looks and blows apart.Donna: Hi! Hope you've had a good beach experience, too. It's been lovely lately.Karen: Sooooo glad I make you smile. It's pretty hard not to get a smile from me when I'm at the beach.Jemi: Isn't She, though? ;)
I always love this world. It's people I have a problem with. Hence the attraction of a solitary writer's life. Beautiful pictures, Tricia!
Living 2 minutes from the ocean - I better get myself to the beach today. Great pics, poem and reminder.
Beautiful photos and verse. Makes me long for the ocean again.Judy, South Africa
Yvonne: Precisely! You always say it as it is.Michael: I hope you made it to the beach. It was gorgeous here today. One of those perfect days.Judy: Thank you! I don't think I'd be happy if I moved anywhere I couldn't get to the ocean pretty fast. Makes me feel balanced, anchored, peaceful to be here.
Beautiful! "Pillows of sea foam". . . Wow. Nicely done!
Hi and thank you, Cynthia!
Lovely. I love the composition of both the photos and the poetry. It looks like it was a blissful walk.
It's a beautiful world we live in! I wish more people would appreciate it! The last photo is so calming.
Faith: I find bliss in nature often enough to keep me hooked. :)Julie: Exactly. There is so much beauty and wonder to draw upon.
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