"We need the sea. We need a place to stand and touch and listen - to feel the pulse of the world as the surf rolls in." David Brower
On Sunday, RR and I got out of town - something which we too rarely do. We didn't go far but, in fact, we went to a whole different world. We drove down to Pt Reyes National Seashore - about an hour south of our town. It is a stunningly beautiful national treasure. Even my unwelcome sidekicks Stress and Tension took a hike while I was there.
I was dazzled by the fall light. We have been thoroughly socked in with fog and I was pleasantly surprised to see the fog and the sun dancing. This was not one of those low cloud kind of days. Oh no. This was a sun-shines-bright-but-right-over-there-the-fog-completely-obscures-the-cliffs kind of day.
I took over 350 photos and had an uber hard time narrowing them down for this post. I was just so taken with the colors, the intensity, the beauty of the day. Feel free to browse and feel the breeze. If you listen carefully you can hear the seagulls screeching. I thought about giving you stuff to read along with it but no. You won't want to be distracted by words.