Here comes the foam moving up the beach, first in flat white sheets,
then piling up into cloud-like banks!
Sometimes you gotta stop and feel the foam!
This egret was headed down to see the foam piling up… so we followed.
What at first seemed kinda gross ended up being, in the words of my 9 year old, “squishy, sticky and fun!”
Plus, it gave me a chance to practice my photography skills at high noon, something I haven’t been very comfortable with before now.
Since there are no August roses down here in this part of Florida, were feeling the foam instead.
I’m hoping I can hold onto this beachy mentality when we start school in a couple of weeks. I hope to keep feeling the foam regularly!!
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Nice photos and I like your Snowy Egret, of course. 🙂
I was thinking of you when I took this picture! We have the coolest shore birds over here off Indian Rocks!
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Angie, these photos are fabulous!!! Wow! You are a brave woman…shooting at high noon! I think you’ve got it. You know who is a full-on bright-sun shooter whom I admire…Audrey Woulard. Check her out. But I love what you did here. Nicely done!
Thank you. I have discovered that I LOVE shooting pics at the beach! Can’t wait to take some more today.