...I thought I was done with the beach photos. I forgot about those from my little point & click camera. So this week, I'll run through those few but with no deep philosophical quotes to accompany them. Maybe just a few thoughts of my own. These were taken mid-day under harsh light so don't expect too much. That is why I didn't have my dslr with me.
I am not a horse person and don't really get all that much enjoyment out of riding a horse. Given the choice I rather walk. But I do admire those who ride and thought this lady riding her horse along the sands of Clam Beach pretty cool. It reminded me of a trip to Egypt we did 15 years ago. A small part of that trip included riding a camel in the sands of the Sahara. Thinking riding a horse, I wasn't into it but really didn't have a choice in the matter. Do it, or get left behind. I climbed aboard, the camel stood up and I had a whole different view of the world around me. Off we went, each on our own and I immediately got into that slow undulating gate of the beast beneath me. With the music from Lawrence of Arabia in my mind I was having a fantastic time and didn't want it to end. I loved it! I thought to myself if I lived in the desert back home, keep your horses, I'd have myself a camel. My ultimate trip would be a camel caravan adventure in the outback of Australia. Nothing could top that.