Saturday, July 31, 2010

(Day 212) The universe - unfolding as it should

We liked this place so much that we made a second visit early this evening. There's a nice beach and a long pier - great places to go for a stroll and watch people. There were children playing in the warm water, other people simply sitting on benches, soaking up the warm rays of the sun, and still others enjoying some late day fishing. Here was the creation, basking in the laughter of children at play and being enjoyed by those for whom the Creator made it. And every day was intended to be like this, from the beginning!

(18-55mm  f11  1/100 sec  ISO200)

14 comments:

Scott said...

Love that late evening sun shining on the buildings and the pier. Tell me you got a great sunset and you're saving it for Sunset Sunday tomorrow.

Rick said...

@Scott - ha ha - thanks Scott, and yes, I think I have a month's worth (at least!) ;-)

marty said...

Hello, I love the light and the life in the
evening - this is a beautiful shot !
bisous de France !

Costea Andrea Mihai said...

nice warm tones you use here!! good scene!

imac said...

Wonderful - on my way Rick.

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

This is a scene of peace and I love it.The golden light is so special.Thanks for this moment of beauty.
Blessings,Ruth

Chad said...

Your picture makes me want to just relax and hid the lazy boy chair. I will be checking later to see if you have posted your Sunday sunsett picture. You will have to check out both Scott's and mine,they look completely different,but taken the same night.

Rick said...

@marty - thank you marty. People were enjoying the beautiful evening so much.

Rick said...

@Costea Andrea Mihai - thank you Costea. A nice week for you.

Rick said...

@imac - there's still room, mac! ;-)

Rick said...

@Ruth's Photo Blog - thank you Ruth; it truly was peaceful and so enjoyable. Wish that all days could be like this!

Rick said...

@Chad - bring the lazy boy (and chair) to the pier - you'd love it! My Sunset Sunday pic is posted - I'll be over shortly to check out yours and Scott's.

CarreraCaballo said...

Beautiful place to live . . .

Greetz,

Joseph

Rick said...

@CarreraCaballo - yes - and NO snow in winter! ;-)