Weekly Photo Challenge: Sea

The Sea
I don’t live near the sea, but when I do have the opportunity, I love taking a trip down to the South African Coast.  This picture was taken on the Natal coast.  Whenever I am at the sea I am always in total awe of its power.

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46 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Sea

  1. Gorgeous shot! I live quite near the ocean but not near the open waters like that… it’s a whole different kind of vibrancy that I love when you get to hear the waves crashing – so peaceful.

  2. I love looking at the sea/ocean. There is an enormous strength and power, but it i so calming at the same time – a bit of an oxymoron. Of course, if you are siting on a boat , it may not be an oxymoron:)

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  4. Great thought. It is powerful. If I want to feel small I like to stand by Lake Michigan and then mother nature puts me RIGHT back in my place!

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  10. I would love to live by the sea Hope. Think Camper and travelling down the coastline of South Africa. Great shot! 😀 *big hugs*

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  13. takes me 3 mins and i’m wet…i cant tell you how life giving the sea air is for me(i have a breathing problem ) it has never failed me yet….so near it i must find myself or else…
    do i look worried? Have a nice day!
    one day i will blog again i hope…

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