Monday, November 14, 2011

A Silent Sea Sunset Study Waves and Soft Cotton Candy Clouds


A section of the easterly view from my small rustic rental cottage.

Part of what I see from 'my chair' (as seen in last post.)



Nearly eighty steps to the ocean.





















When I am fortunate to visit the tip of Cape Cod, I mostly enjoy simply being and observing the magical changes of sea, sound and sky. It is a meditation whereby the ocean becomes alive within . . .  restoring a sense of peace. 



18 comments:

FlowerLady said...

What a wonderful group of photos. I can feel the ocean breezes, smell it's scent, and sense the peacefulness. I love the reflections of the clouds in the wet sand, just wonderful.

Thank you for sharing.

FlowerLady

Elizabeth Ann said...

Beautiful pictures....

Tom Johnson said...

Lovely photos Carol. Thank you for sharing.

sweetbay said...

A calm sea is mesmerizing isn't it? The sunset clouds reflected in the wet sand are doubly lovely.

Liza and John's Garden said...

HI Carol: Isn't the cape a wonderful place to be. Your photos are great they show what Cape Code is really like.

Have a wonderful evening,
John

Helen said...

Gorgeous. I felt peaceful just rolling through your shots. Enjoy your getaway. It's worth taking all those steps (not down, but coming back up).

joey said...

Lucky you, Carol! How lovely and peaceful.

Andrea said...

Hi Carol, how far is this sea from Flower Hill Farm? It is so beautiful and zen-like, yes good for meditation. You are so lucky whether in the mountain or in the beach, everything around you is beautiful. We had fun once getting good photos of those waves breaking like lace on the shore, it's very enjoyable.

bellis perennis said...

You have a beatifull spot there And I enjoy you pictures verry much Also the playing whith your camera that gives the different aspects My compliments for this serrie
love Jacky

Mark and Gaz said...

So peaceful and tranquil, lucky you!

Foxglove Lane said...

Stunning, and it reminds me of home here on the Waterford coast. I love the sea too, how calm , how vast, it's all there between you and me:~) Love your blog.......

Eva said...

I marvel at the delicacy of colors and shades of blue-green—the most restful of colors, to me. You captured moments that stretch into moods. A series of photos, such as this, brings such peace to the viewer. Thank you.

rkbsnana said...

Thank you for such lovely pictures. What a nice greeting before I go off to my busy day. Blessings to you.

Carol said...

Thank you ALL so for sharing this wondrous beach with me. Andrea it takes me 3.5 hours to pull into the sandy road leading to my rental cottage. It is a very easy and pleasant drive. I choose to go only in the off season. The traffic can be horrific during the summer months. Thank you for the honor Foxglove Lane. There is so much to share from this part of the world I shall add a few more posts.

Ruben said...

A beautiful study in cloud formations!

Kram
/Ruben

ann said...

The beach is so beautiful and peaceful, a very good spot to relax and to just enjoy the call of nature. The photos are beautifully share its beauty.

Lona said...

Oh how beautiful Carol! I so want to be there with the beach, sand and water. Makes one feel peaceful just to look at it.

Tammie Lee said...

as i strolled through your GORGEOUS images I wondered what it would be like to sit there for hours or a day taking in the beauty, the changes. You wrote so perfectly what i imagined, the ocean becomes alive within.

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