It’s just nice
To simply let the Beauty of what’s before you…
Keep warm everybody! ❤
It was another darkish, gray hazy sunset at Bank Street beach.
But that didn’t stop me from pulling up my hoodie, or the gulls from showing up along the shoreline.
Some perched atop their mounds of slipper shells, while others pecked thru’ the seaweed for some dinner, chattering (as gulls do) all the while.
In search of the beauty.
Of this winter beach.
It was a late arrival to Stage Harbor for the sunset.
But there’s always someone to see…
Black Ducks, nibbling on some greens, paddling out from the shoreline.
Getting ready to tuck in for the night.
Happy New Year, everybody, and goodnight! ❤
As the last of the Nor’easter fades away into the night,
I am dreaming of a recent sunset down at Red River Beach.
How the last rays of the setting sun glowed on the faces of everyone who’d come to watch.
When I started this entry today I couldn’t believe it’s been over a month since I last blogged and I have really missed it!
When I get busy, I will often post my photos on my Facebook page, however these have not been making it to my blog!
So starting now I am going to try and blog first, then funnel everything over to Facebook.
In the meantime here is one of my very favorite images this fall.
I was out photographing at Ridgevale Beach, right around sunset.
And I kept hearing two Great Blue Herons “conversing” out in the marsh that’s near the beach.
Suddenly UP they both flew, one chasing the other.
Then, all went quiet.
After a time I spotted one of the Great Blues flying out over the water, against the pinkest sunset sky.
Here is that magical moment…