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Diggers Creek

This is a creek flowing over the sand at Diggers Beach. I like the channels the creek forms, like mini deltas. The sunrise clouds were colourful and yet quite thin. 20 more words


Balevullin Beach, Isle of Tiree, Scotland

The Isle of Tiree off the west coast of Scotland has some of the most beautiful beaches that you could ever wish for, and in the month of May, mostly to yourselves.   120 more words


Moments of clarity

 I wish my thoughts weren’t not so clouded by fear and despair, so that the beauty of this world could come through more clearly,  rather in those all too rare moments of clarity. 127 more words



The ocean has many aspects, from calm to turbulent. Cresting embodies the quieter end of the range – the moment before the wave breaks. It also implies the ssshhhboom of crashing waves to come with the rollers lining up behind our cresting wave. 91 more words


From the Cape

The title says it all, and it doesn’t matter which cape. Hazy, bright light with the tide coming in, small-grained sand underfoot, a breeze. It’s a perfect day for a long walk on the beach, with clams at the destination. 37 more words