Saturday, June 17, 2006

Sunrise at the Beach



16 comments:

Spider Girl said...

Now that's a beautiful way to start a day. :)

Marguerite said...

Simply gorgeous !
This rising sun will bright up my day !!!
Ahahaha !

Minka said...

Oh Wow!
that is a road I wouldn´t mind taking :)

andrea said...

Stunning photos! The lst one is my favorite!
a.

Tim Rice said...

Hi, spider girl. It was indeed a good way to start a day. Being at the shore is like leaving the rest of the world behind.

Hi, lucie marguerite. I'm glad you appreciate these photos.

Thanks, minka. You're welcome to come and travel it. :)

Hi, andrea. I'm glad they touched you. Sunrises are a special promise of potential for a new day.

Chloe said...

amazing photos and so optimistic!

Ginnie said...

That time of the day is always magical, but even more so at the beach!

Jon Lee said...

Beautiful photos Tim. Thanks. Reminds me I need a vacation.

Fred said...

You do get around! Spectacular pictures.

spicebear said...

oh my! that sunrise is absolutely breathtaking.

Ava said...

What serene and gorgeous picutres!!!

Thanks for sharing!

Ava

Tim Rice said...

Thanks, chloe. I try to take an optimistic view of life. Sometimes I do better than other times.

Thanks, ginnie. The beach is a great place to restore one's soul especially in the early morning hours.

Thanks, jon lee. We all need vacations from time to time and sometimes just a day away does the trick when demands prevent longer breaks.

Thanks, fred. I enjoy sightseeing both near and far. :)

Hi, spicebear. It is an inspiration, isn't it?

Hi, ava. Nature does have a capacity to express serenity as well as its opposites.

Clare said...

Wow those are great photos. I would love to see such a beautiful sunrise :).

Tim Rice said...

Thanks, clare. Sunrises are often beautiful no matter where one is. One just needs to get up early to see them. ;)

Nabeel said...

i love the railroad .. the railtracks.
the first picture .. those are railtracks right? I dunno but I have always wondered where do they lead to.

Tim Rice said...

Hi, Nabeel. They do almost look like rail tracks. However, it's really only a wooden boardwalk that goes part way down to the beach. It's fascinating to see what others might see.