Monday, August 27, 2012

Moment(s) of Zen...

As we ease back into another work week, I felt the need to reflect on the recent camping trip to the beach. I brought my camera along to capture the reason I like to camp at the ocean. Indulge me, if you will, and enjoy the scenery...

This is the view at the start of the boardwalk which brings you from the parking lot to the beach. The feel of the wooden slats on bare feet just screams summer.

Here's the view as you crest the dune. This particular excursion we were graced with the image of the lone sailboat out on the water, which made a wonderful contrast with the vast expanse of blue sky, open seas, and beach sawgrass.

Midweek beach scene at high tide. You can see the northern MA coast merging with S. NH, continuing up and along as far as the eye can see.

Lastly, the kids playing in the water. Growing up as close to the ocean as we do, it's easy to take for granted the simple pleasure of playing in the surf or building sandcastles as the tide goes out.
I'm going to have to cook something on the grill tonight just to recapture a little of last week, I think...

That is all.

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