One of my favorite things to do at the beach is sit on the porch late at night and just take in the whole scene. I love the sound of waves — the breeze at night.
That breeze is the best. The combination of the ocean and the heat from the day wipe me out. I tend to just sit on the deck and zone out into a dreamy state. It’s hypnotic.
It’s kind of surreal to be awake and yet in a far off state of such relaxation and peace that things seem to be … a little off.
Like this picture. It looks like a Dr. Seuss landscape, doesn’t it? I took it with a regular little point-and-shoot. No filters, no editing.
I keep expecting Horton the Elephant.
21 thoughts on “dreamy time”
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Thank you. A total accident — no filters surprise me sometimes.
Indeed! Good job!
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we all need a little more coffee, it takes the edge off and it is a lovely photo absolutely dreamy. have a wonderful week.
Thanks for stopping by my place and checking it out Horton, er Maria!
I love that this is straight out of the camera.
Hi Maria. Yeah, I did want to say something nice 🙂 First of all, thank you for the ‘Follow’ and secondly, I love the openness in your blog. It’s refreshing! That’s all.
Lovely words, dreamy image. Nice!
You’ve described that dreamy feeling exactly…except for Horton 🙂
well…Horton is big guy 🙂
well I can see how you relate it to Dr. Seuss – but it actually reminds me of Monet – especially with that one tree – and your words – they were short but succinct – nice take on the WPC
Monet, huh? well! I like the impressionists — it’s the purple, isn’t it? 🙂
The sound of the ocean and the wind, must be absolutely beautiful..!
…and then Horton would see a Who…