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Friday, January 24, 2014

By the Sea


"You can never turn your back on the ocean." - Rip Torn


Rocks always look neat when wet by the ocean.

I brought a couple pretty ones home to my wife.  They weren't so pretty dried out.

A minute long video with a surprise ending.



12 comments:

  1. The placing of the rocks gives also a zen feeling with the flowing water around. Very comforting.

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  2. That is a rough sea with a wet feet ending!

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  3. Mesmerizing! Although I live inland now amongst the Great Lakes, I grew up on the Atlantic Ocean. I loved watching the waves roll in.

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  4. lovely to see, and I guess you got your feet wet John

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  5. ha ha. i enjoyed the soothing waves - probably more than you did. :)

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  6. Looks like that wasn't the first time you got your feet wet! I wonder, where is Sinbad for all this?

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  7. I was wanting one of those rocks myself...I pick up rocks here and there when I am out. I have quite a few now.

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  8. came closer than you thought. hope you didn't get to wet. beautiful waves though.

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  9. The rocks almost don't look real.

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  10. The waves and the sounds of the ocean are always so calming. Thanks for bringing us that.
    Peace :)
    Chandra

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  11. thanks so much John....I love the sounds and sights of the ocean.... and I live in a land locked area of Canada.....

    ...now, I'll be able to come here for a hint of a holiday any time I like....beautiful...even if you did get wet.....

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  12. Ok, I concede that your larger video here is pretty impressive. Next time I have a video to upload I'll dig out your email and follow your instructions, o wise one!

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