All lost things seem to drift down to the sea... And so did I...
Wow! That IS Blue!
There was lots of pink too but it didn't come out in the picture.
Wow! The contrast of those dark rocks to the blue still surface of the water is amazing. And the clouds are just as stunning. I think I'll try to use that exact shade of blue in my drawings today.
This looks like early morning to me. If I lived that near the sea, I'd probably dive in every morning.
You must be somewhere in Europe. Scotland maybe? Because you just don't get those sea shots in America. I'm from Florida and the sea never looks like that. The beach is usually full of shirtless surfers and teenagers with beer cans.
Ireland... Co.Wicklow to be precise.I would love to visit the sea in Florida... I hear its warm. Believe me if you dive in here you are unlikely to get out the same colour!
I would never have believed that it was that colour today if I hadn't seen it on your blog, Lisa. i thought it was totally grey today! Wow!
Cool photo! If you were interested in cooking, you could do a seafood blog if you're that close to the ocean. I'm looking for seafood recipes at the moment so just ignore this comment if it sounds too weird.
Ha, its not weird, unfortunately though Ireland is weird for an island in that we don't eat a lot of fish! Long story! I do have a few seafood recipes on my old blog which you can still read over at www.what-we-eat.blogspot.com :)
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