We just came back from a short trip to the beach (New Smyrna Beach) and although we weren't there long, I finally managed to catch a sunrise over the ocean.
Within a few minutes, the sky changed dramatically as more and more of the sun became visible.
|Bright light over rough water|
The morning light over the rough waves was well worth the early wake-up and fast pedal to the beach.
|Biking on the sand|
I'm so enjoying biking again, even if our pedalled trips are relatively short. Biking on the sand is a blast (a sand blast?) - almost as much fun as going for swims, photographing birds and playing with the shells and seaweed on the beach.
|The waves were so steady and strong I had a hard time keeping track of Ralph and Tim in the water|
|Tim tells Ralph, "That last wave was this big!"|
|After he finished swimming, Timmy did a bit of acrobatics on the beach|
|Pelican on the wing...|
|Pelican in the water, about to take off|
A month ago when we were at New Smyrna Beach, the sand was dotted with jellyfish.
|Jellyfish were everywhere|
This time, we didn't see any jellyfish but the sand was covered with lots and lots of seaweed.
|I like seaweed MUCH better than jellyfish!|
|Greetings from the beach|
Fantastic photos of the sunrise. I love pics of sunrises and sunsets. Can never get enough of them. Looks like a nice time was had by all.ReplyDelete
I feel the same way about sunrises/sunsets. Never too many. We did have a fun and relaxing time even though it was a relatively short there-and-back trip this time.Delete