low tide

Tuesday, August 26, 2008






















our walk yesterday at low tide - Miss Winnie D and me.

Those who dwell among the beauties and mysteries of the earth
are never alone or weary of life.

Rachel Carson





8 comments:

  1. Your pictures work perfectly with Rachel Carson's quote.

    I needed a change of scene tonight, thanks.

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  2. thank you Susan, I needed that! J

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  3. I love that particular lovely brown shade of your sandy beach. And I can almost smell that fresh field. Sigh. I am so envious of your glorious morning walks.

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  4. the sand in the last pic is unreal...it looks like somebody was there with a giant rake...... love the sand and water pics...

    hey... finally!! this morning we are gettiing rain! Real rain... absolutely drumming on the roof ....wheeee.... the lawns will love it...and I will be baking bread for sure......... a perfect day for it.

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  5. Ms. Carson was so right, wasn't she. Edward thinks Miss Winnie lives in paradise!

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  6. A wonderful place to live. You have captured it so well.

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  7. I will remember that beautiful quote. Mother Nature is like that...I can be feeling down, lonely, or worried and see something simple yet spectacular at the same time, like a pink and orange sunset, or aspen quaking in a cool morning breeze and it can turn my whole day around. As if she picked me up, wiped the tear off my face, or stroked the weariness from my brow and sent me off with a hug. Your photos are sublime as usual. I HAVE to work on my photography skills. I so love beautiful pictures.

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