{summer’s final moon}

28 Aug

i just never tire of experiencing the ocean… the sight, the smell, the sound… the feeling, the energy all around!

i also never tire of experiencing the moon… equally as much wonderful energy to behold!

i went down to the shore over the weekend for some {much needed} vitamin sea and to admire and enjoy the ocean and the full moon. by the time i got to the beach, the moon was just coming up over the horizon… and some hazy clouds initially obstructed the view.

still… breathtaking, right?!

it wasn’t long before the moon peeked out of the ombre sky and shared her beauty with us one again, in her final appearance of summer.

i walked around for a good hour or so, gazing in wanderlust as the moon took place high in the sky, illuminating all it touched…

… listening to the crashing waves, my senses engaged with the salty air, my toes wiggling in the soft sand…

feeling humbled and grateful for all that has been before me and all that is around me now. for all that will be, for all that i am, for all that i have, and for all that i have yet to experience.

4 Responses to “{summer’s final moon}”

  1. auntdel August 28, 2018 at 10:23 am #

    Your words and photographs are a beautiful beginning to something we frail humans cannot fully describe. His creation moves us, energizes us and yes, brings a humble awareness of ourselves into perspective. Thanks for sharing, I could almost hear and smell the ocean. I am quite low on vitamin sea right now!

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  2. aj August 28, 2018 at 10:57 am #

    amazing and beautiful – just like you. wish i could’ve been by your side ❤

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  3. eatmystreet August 29, 2018 at 12:44 am #


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  4. anthony0358 October 12, 2018 at 6:13 am #



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