“Because there’s nothing more beautiful than the way the ocean refuses to stop kissing the shoreline, no matter how many times it’s sent away.” ~ Sarah Kay
I love this quote by American poet Sarah Kayl it so evocatively describes the way that waves race to throw themselves onto the coastline in a continuous caress.
Travellers are often asked what kind of place they love the most – a city, the mountains, the forest or the sea. I’d usually answer ‘city’ to that question, as I so enjoy exploring cities around the world – the people, culture, architecture, history and cuisine are endlessly fascinating and wonderful!
But there’s something very calming about watching the ocean, whether it’s a brass band sea whipped into a fury of crashing cymbals as it pounds jagged rocks or the gentle babble of calm waters lapping onto a sandy beach.
Do you love the sea?
I took this photo of the sun lighting up turquoise waves as they crashed onto a beach in the Galapagos Islands. The volcanic rocks are dark and bare, creating a beautiful contrast to the blue-greens of the water.
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