into the mist

Today was an amazingly scrumptious day! A bit misty, but warm and no wind and the sun shining through the haze… I had to post my two favorite shots before I get to poking through the others (there were quite a few to save for a rainy day)!

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Looking out from Cape Sebastian past Meyers Creek and Pistol River, out to Mack Arch. Sorry, but the drone wasn’t used on this trip. We’re expecting rain perhaps tomorrow.

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Crook Point and Mack Arch floating on the mist (thanks to the zoom lens).Β  I love this coast! πŸ˜€

We were made to enjoy music, to enjoy beautiful sunsets, to enjoy looking at the billows of the sea and to be thrilled with a rose that is bedecked with dew… Human beings are actually created for the transcendent, for the sublime, for the beautiful, for the truthful… and all of us are given the task of trying to make this world a little more hospitable to these beautiful things.Β 
― Desmond Tutu

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19 thoughts on “into the mist

    • Thank you, truly, for the visit and the comment. Don’t know how it got buried without a response, but life has been a bit hectic. Not the greatest excuse, but there you have it!

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    • There’s a lot to love about our Pacific coast. Personally, I think I have the best section of it. There are other stretches with their own unique beauty and majesty, but most of those have seen far too much development (strictly MY opinion since tourism is what keeps a lot of boats afloat out here). I think you would really and truly enjoy a visit out here and we have some marvelous NWR out here, too! πŸ˜€

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