“...is full of longing for the secret of the sea, and the heart of the great ocean sends a thrilling pulse through me.” ― Henry Wadsworth Longfellow A beautiful shot I took of Cape Bridgewater back home.
...over the rainbow Way up high, There's a land that I heard of Once in a lullaby... Image found here.
Soothing, breaking one by one, Peaceful brushing on the shore In crescendo and then back down My soul is asking for much more Aufie Zophy Image source
"...From Frankie Avalon and Annette Funicello’s Beach Blanket Bingo hanky-panky—to a group of California boys and their “Little Surfer Girl,” the 1960s was a certified beach party. It started with Sandra Dee’s Gidget in 1959, and the cultural phenomenon continued all the way through Elvis’s Blue Hawaii and up to the Beach Boys’ look back,... Continue Reading →
...Secret Seaside...Espiguette beach...six miles of broad beach barely touched. One of France’s last great untamed coastal stretches, it’s essentially a sandbank backed by dunes, themselves backed by lagoons and limitless salty scrub. Link to Le Grau-du-Roi, France: Secret Seaside
Another photo from yesterday morning on the beach at Las Negras. I liked the figures, almost in silhouette against the light, as they add human interest. I used HDR toning, softened the image and took out some shadow. I cropped some of the sky to improve the composition.
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Fairhaven Beach along the Great Ocean Road after the rain. Rainbow at Fairhaven Beach... Great Ocean Road A good morning greeting from a galah...I think he was really hanging around to get some food. Views from the living area, ummm, working area southwards to the sea...for me it was impossible to concentrate on budgets and... Continue Reading →
I didn't get to see much of Newcastle, actually when the plane was landing I never saw anything but the inside of my eyelids. Next time I visit the Upper Hunter I'll be sure to take time out to visit the beautiful beaches. Image from Flickr.com lakemacman's photostream