|Showers, Showers, Showers in New England|
Day after day of this kind of weather wears on my sunny disposition. Do you have the same experience? Well, it was time to do something about it. When I sensed a break in the clouds I decided to head for the beach to shake the cob webs out of my head. I haven't been spending as much time as I like at the beach lately, and so, the beach was calling me.
I like to walk on the beach at low tide. The sand at low tide forms a firmer base for walking. Today it was not low tide, but I decided to forge on. The beach was empty due to the weather, but it was peaceful and the sound of the waves was soothing. Listen to the 15 second video below and you'll see what I mean.
Along the way there were signs that beach artists had been there before me.
The clouds were low in the sky. To the east I could see a few fishing boats under a cloud cover that allowed a few slivers of blue sky to break through.
|The Eastern Sky|
To the west huge puffs of clouds hung low along the horizon.
|The Southwestern Sky|
It's nesting season for endangered birds and a couple of miles of dunes are marked as out of bounds.
Soon the beach will be covered with wall-to-wall blankets. It was nice to be able to capture a little me time alone on the beach.
Where do you go to shake out the cob webs?