"Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry and narrowmindedness." – Mark Twain
Must be wonderful to sit there and listen to the sea...
It does look blissful :) I hope that's sea salt in the air and not smoke in the distance!
nice composition...i like the contrast of sharp pointy thingswith the calm gentle beachbeckoning in the background.
great photo! I can smell the ocean air.
Awww...and I was hoping to blow people up! lol. (not really) What a beautiful scene. Wish I could be there now.How have you been, Terry?
relaxing spot :-)
oh my Goddess!...that's lovely...I'd almost leave my little abode of west,texas for that view..
I clicked.The picture got bigger.Nothing blew up.When do the explosions start?What little people?
Ariel the Thief: Yes, it must be - although I wouldn't know. Up on that cliff, it was too far away to hear the waves.Anonymous - salt air it was indeed. That particular day was before the fires had started.JJ - that beach is always calling me back with its tempting pleasures. Away up high on the cliff I was definately too far away from the water. I had to lay down in the gravel to take the picture LOL.McRaven - and it smells a whole heck of a lot better than the smokey air surrounding us at present!Julie -LOL! I knew that is how my caption would be interpreted. I've been fair to middlin.. how about you? Recovered from Europe yet? A year ago I was in Italy, and now I'm just home in the mundane day to day routine. *sigh* Dreaming of another trip, just like you :)anonymous - Idylic bliss; my dreamboat on one side, and the beautiful Pacific Ocean on the other... what more could a girl wish for? xoYellowdog Granny - so would I - in a heartbeat! But since there is probably no way on earth in which that scenario could transpire, I'll have to settle for an occasional fix as I drive by.Dr. John - Okay you wiseguy... you knew what I meant. You are such a boy... boys always go for blowing up stuff, don't they. Those little tiny black specks down on the sand aren't sandfleas you know, they're people! *mutters under breath..."whippersnapper"*
This looks so inviting and I did blow up all those little people.The smoke is so thick today we can't see 1 mile in front of us. Almost night time in daytime. Really ugly and the temp is 107 right now.
I want to be there!
I hope you had a lawn chair and a good book. I love to head to the beach to catch up on my reading.
you want we shouldblow up those little ants?
Hi there! I came from G's place. Great beach pic!!!
I feel a little bad about blowing up those people.
Aw. I thought there'd be asplosions.
COUGH COUGH.... Loved the little people....
Very cool shot.
A very nice picture T. :-)
Photowannabe: It is fun blowing them up, yes? Hallelujah, the heat has lifted somewhat today. The smoke still chokes, but it is bearable without the stifling heat.Tom & Icy: I know they don't have beaches like that in Ohio. Come on down, I'll show you the most spectacular coastline ever.Fred: - Actually, we were driving on down the coast on a roadtrip so we just pulled over, way up there on the cliffside to gaze down at the little tiny beachgoers below. Saving the moment to savor later when I am landlocked. Javajazz: You got it Guido.
Pavel - Welcome. Your icon is a gorgeous picture all by itself.Diesel - No, come on, admit it. You loved it.Doug - What's an asplosion? Sister Celtic - Need a cough drop? Little people are fun, aren't they?Thanks Nessa :) It was a cool spot too.Will Doohan - Glad you liked it... nothing like that on the Jersey shore is there?
I enlarged the photo and nobody blew up.I was very disappointed.I did notice a huge shark out in the ocean waters, or maybe that was just my fertile imagination gone wild.Lovely shot.
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