On the way to Higgins this morning the sky lit up in purples and oranges and I had to make a stop along the Marsh to snap a few. I liked this one best. No waves but a nice calm seas to paddle and explore.
Went for my first SUP of the year this weekend, water was warmer than expected and very clear. Skies were cloudy when I got there and didn’t think there would be any sunrise. As I walked to the beach with my board I looked up and saw this and ran and grabbed my camera. Barely had time to get these before she disappeared.
Last sunrise of March 2015. Decided to mix some glass into the morning ritual.
Started off scouting out the Marsh this morning but the wind was so strong it blew the clouds to the beach. So, to the beach I went and the clouds looked like they would be better by the pier. The clouds in these pictures weren’t there when I first got to the beach. You just never know what you’re going to get when the sun actually comes up.
I found these formations on the beach the other morning that I thought were quite interesting. They remind me of Andy Goldsworthy’s work except these were done by Mother Nature. One of the things I love about this stretch of beach is the patterns that form in the sand and these were unusual to me the way the ice formed around the crack where the water was flowing. They remind me of scars that will soon heal with the changing of the tide and you would never know they were there. The following shot reminds me of a forest in winter. I could spend hours wandering the shoreline if I had the time.