Weekly Photo Challenge: Sea

I love the sea.  I feel calm and free whenever I am at the beach.  While exploring the shops at Cannon Beach, Oregon, there were a lot of cards made by Mary Anne Radmacher. One in particular contained the phrase, “I come to the sea to breathe.”  Without question, this simple phrase fully describes what I feel when I am at the beach.

So hard to choose just one picture.  Hope you enjoy these!

Sunset walk along the beach. Ocean Shores, WA

Sunset walk along the beach. Ocean Shores, WA

Ocean Shores, WA

Ocean Shores, WA

Cresting wave. Cannon Beach, OR

Cresting wave. Cannon Beach, OR

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I moved from Seattle, Washington to join a ministry in Santiago, Spain called Pilgrim House. The Pilgrim House will be a place where pilgrims of the Camino can come and find respite, solace, and fellowship. This is the story of my journey.
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  6. Oh, Anne, how spectacular!

  7. Jeff Sinon says:

    These are all really good Anne, but that first one is outstanding!

  8. I love the birds in the water – birds always look funny to me when they’re just standing around!

  9. i have fond memories of Cannon Beach, too, although i did not have a digital camera at the time. these are brilliant! thanks for sharing.

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