A long, really long time ago, I worked for the post office, sorting mail. Manually. As in by hand. Before postal codes (that goes to show you how long ago). One of the things I still remember sorting lots of, especially in the cold, dull winter months, were the gorgeous postcards of Florida's beautiful beaches and spectacular sunsets. They were sent by the fortunate to the less fortunate, some no doubt with a motive to elicit envy.
Well, with no motive other than to share what I think is a lovely scene, I'm posting this shot taken on one of our trips here last year. Relax and soothe yourself with strains of 'Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds', adapted -
"picture yourself on a beach near the water,
with waves at your feet, and colourful skies;
somebody calls you, you answer quite slowly,
it's really quite tough, to open your eyes ..."
(18-55mm f8.0 1/1600 sec ISO200)