Monday, November 19, 2012

Inspired By: The Sea

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Via One Quarter Anna via Flickr/JohnLocke

I know it's no secret that I miss the ocean, I've made it known, but I'm willing to risk sounding like a broken record. I miss that ever-present vantage point of direction, that open void of land, the fiery sunrises and sunsets that just don't seem to exist inland.

4 comments:

lauren, curious constellation said...

I've lived by the sea my whole life and I guess I take for granted the fact that I can just go down to the beach and stare out into the openness. It's great to be reminded of this as I know how much it really does calm me having the ocean close by.

Sydney said...

I miss the ocean too...It seems like it crawled in my veins when I saw it on my honeymoon and now I think about it all the time. Luckily my husband and I are moving to the coast very soon, so all I have to do now is look forward to it.

MOUSEVOX VINTAGE said...

Oh, man. I get it. I was landlocked for over a decade and now that I'm not, I can't imagine living inland again. The ocean is a powerful, humbling and amazing thing. I like being close to it!

Colleen Beaty said...

I feel your pain! I have such a strong connection to the ocean and I miss going there as often as I used to be able. Ever since I moved to Maryland my ability to get to the ocean has been seriously limited due to the distance.

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