by R H (Rhonda) CARPENTER
That water does look a bit wild. Thanks for sharing. Have a great day.
Wow! Blustery is a great word for that photo today. It's pretty windy and grey here too, but no ocean to give us trouble. ;)
Very cool! Moment for inspiration...Enjoy!
Blustery here (NJ shore) Weds. too--and chilly. But looks like the sun will have a chance today--I hope where you are too!
A bit crazy, Debbie :) Crysal, whenever I think of a blustery day, I think of Winnie the Pooh (and my sister, who loves teddies of all kinds).Hope you enjoyed the photo without the wind, humbird :)Laura, I imagine you get a lot of blustery days!
A tad too close for my taste... my hubby would love it!
I used to love those wild and blustery days on the beach - I'd take a walk and get "Sand burn" on my legs! Always thought it was very energizing - then a friend's husband who is a physicist confirmed that - something about the ozone in the air??? But - not so good if you were planning on sunbathing! Also loved the pink moon.
Pam, a fisherman there said he and his wife stayed in our unit for 3 months, waiting for a house after a move to Florida. She watched the waves rolling up and over the deck and was terrified. I thought it was pretty amazing - but there was no beach by the time the tide got that high and too rough to go outside on the deck so you just sat inside and watched the waves roll!Deb, I love walking on the beach, too, and don't mind a bit of spray but this was being called gale force winds! ha ha So not conducive to a stroll on the beach until low tide, 6 hours later. I imagine the wintertime means even higher and rougher waves but this is the first time April hasn't been pretty calm. There is a difference whenever we are around water - whether it's a mountain stream or river or the ocean - it makes a difference in your mindset, that's for sure.
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