Meandering with camera…
between storms, calm sea again….Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing and rightdoing there is a field. I’ll meet you there.
When the soul lies down in that grass the world is too full to talk about. ― Rumi
Beautiful Gunta! 🙂
Beautiful soft tones and light, so calming!
It’s pretty rare for it to be this calm. But it’s the many varied moods I love the best.
It’s been a while since you posted calm waters. Lovely to see.
The seas have been wild and raucous lately. Seas this calm are a very rare occurrence. Then, too, not having anything else to post at the moment, I dug this shot up from archives back to last August.
I think that’s the most tranquil that the ocean has ever been in any of seascapes.
It’s not often that it’s this calm. That’s for sure!
What lovely rocks they are. Nice change of vantage point, too, though I confess I was shocked to be away from the usual intimacy of your sandy shoreline, and had to put my boots back on.
Luckily this was shot from the park overlooking the beach. It’s part of the National Wildlife Reserve and offers stairs to climb up those cliffs and paved pathways to wander (without the boots if you so choose!) I suspect the paved paths are to keep folks from tromping everywhere and killing the vegetation. It’s a pleasant change when the usual intimate beach shots get a bit boring and I need a different perspective.
I could spend an entire day wandering around out there.
I’ve been known to spend quite a bit of time out there…
Sounds like my life right now!
I hope that’s a good thing!
Thank you, Phil.
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