One evening recently, after dinner was eaten and the kitchen cleaned up, Tim and I decided to wander on over to the jetty to watch the sunset show. It's something we used to do frequently. Though lately we have not.
I think we got out of the habit when the beaches were closed during shut down. Then too, it often rains in the evening during this time of year. And now we are trying to avoid crowds. As you can see, the sunset show is a very popular one here abouts.
But that night, we couldn't resist it's siren call. So we masked up, avoided crowds (telephoto lens you see) and just stood there, capturing these shots and enjoying. And without immediately realizing it, relaxing. I don't think either of us realized just how tense we were until we began to let it all go.
While we were there we weren't thinking about the virus or politics or protests or riots. We weren't considering bills, the heat & humidity or making mental grocery lists. We weren't concerned about hurricanes or tropical storms or flooding or climate change. All of the worries and concerns and stresses of life were gone.
It was just us, the sand, the sea and the glorious colours of the sunset for awhile.
I wish you a wonderful weekend. And a pretty sunset or two. It's good for what ails ya, as my Nana would say.
Hugs all 'round. See you again on Monday
Yup, this is me. Some people said, "Sam, you should write a Blog". "Well, there's a thought", I thought to myself. And so here it is.