Sunday, July 31, 2011
Tried to get out to the beach for low tide in mid-afternoon, but it was one of those tides that is suppose to be low, but, in actuality, really isn’t. Still, I liked it.
I am more surprised on these low-key and overcast days that there are as many people as there are on the beach than are not. There wasn’t much happening but the waves were beautiful. I offer my day’s selection of waves in the order I took their photos. First photo: I was fascinated by these green waves that rose out of the blue-tinged water like they were made of a different ocean. The sky was overcast today but the waves reflected the palest and prettiest blues (second photo). Yummy. The third little wave is definitely going to be a painting. And (fourth photo) it crashed in a most lyrical fashion. A little later in the afternoon, the waves (last photo) developed “shivers” as I call them but still held that silvery light.
I know I could caption the photos but when I began this blog, I didn’t know how to, or maybe it wasn’t available so I began just writing my descriptions as a story. I hate to change my ways now. LOL
Posted by Shelley Smart at 9:04 AM