After the abundance of bright, happy, spring colours that have emerged in my recent posts and my desire to celebrate the beauty of spring , the dream of summer has very recently and secretly visited my mind and heartJ
I have missed the warm, salty, sea air and the unique feeling of swimming in crystal, turquoise-blue waters, the happiness of hanging out on the beach , letting the vast ,blue sea ‘absorb’ my thoughts and feelings.
Some time ago, I took these photos of the reflections of fluffy clouds and sailing boats on the blue, sea water of a little port. I was amazed at the beauty of these incredible, paintings created by Nature and I wanted to share them with you.
Sea shells never cease to make me smile, when I discover them on the beach, among the pebbles and the sand. The day I took these photos, I was very lucky to detect quite a few and in good condition. It was March back then , and the beach was ‘recovering’ from the invasion of the huge, winter waves that brought along drift wood and little treasures, like these little ‘pieces of art’ .
I don’t know what created this intricate etching on this pebble, but it definitely did a great job ! What do you think?
As I have written before in my posts, Nature never ceases to amaze me with its beauty, which appears in all shapes and forms and gives me an inner tranquility and calmness …..
Enjoy the weekend , then dear readers and I hope you come across little, hidden treasures of Nature that will fill your heart with happy feelings.
My love to all,
Beautiful photos, thank you for sharing them. I like the shells, we love visiting a pretty little shell beach here in Scotland, even though it's a scramble over rocks to get there. HelenReplyDelete
Thank you Helen for your comment. I have never been to Scotland , but it is in my plans to visit it one day.Delete
Have a nice day!
Incredibly beautiful shoots! I'm longing for summer too...ReplyDelete
Yes, summer is much needed after such a long ,cold winter!Delete
Enjoy your weekend:)
Such beautiful pictures, I love the colours, and I always love seeing collections of seashells. Wishing you a happy weekend.ReplyDelete
Thank you Helen.Delete
Have a lovely , creative weekend !