Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Wave Meditation






I must go down to the sea again, for the call of the running tide
Is a wild call and a clear call that may not be denied.

+ Sea Fever, John Masefield

9 comments:

Julie@beingRUBY said...

Well Becky
You know the way to might heart!! That last one is fabulous!! they all are!! Have a great week.. I might go down to the sea right now!! xx Julie

Midlife Jobhunter said...

It has been far too long since I've been at the sea. I miss the rhythm of the waves. I like the sparkles in the first picture, but the color of the water in the 4th one is most inviting.

lakeviewer said...

You have captured that beautiful movement and texture of the surf. Lovely!

Korkowski Kit & Kin said...

Becky: I took Linda out for lunch yesterday and we did mention your name and how I always loved seeing your articles in BH&G. Told Linda that I had just found a blog yesterday that reminded me of the things you did, especially the latest entry. You may want to check it out! http://www.reinventedkb.com
Bev

mise said...

Your photos are super! I hope out of bed every morning and have a good stare at the ever-varying sea. Its call vies with the Call of Duty for me; perhaps John Masefield didn't have that dilemma.

Dimple said...

Really nice, Becky. I love walking on the beach playing tag with the waves. It's very relaxing for me.
The first shot with the stars is my favorite.

RuneE said...

The sea is always changing. One would think that should lead to stress, but for me it leads to calm.

Beautiful!

Barefoot from Heaven said...

Holy moses....this does give me so much comfort, for my heart and my sould...love you for sending this out. All of these are amazing.
Hugs Dagmar

Jeanne Klaver said...

I used to live on the Pacific. Your post makes me homesick (in a good way). These photos are so beautiful.