The waves were really crashing -- I just love that sound. I really want to tape it sometime. It would be the best sound to meditate or fall asleep to.
[25 seconds of crashing waves]
Everywhere I looked, I saw brilliant shades of blue.
This bright spot caught my eye so I went to investigate. It turned out to be a float that had washed up during the storm.
I was surprised to see such a big pile of debris near the stairs to Mile Beach. I wonder if the parks personnel raked the beach and left it there, or if it collected naturally. I think they must have raked the beach.
One thing I really enjoy about walking the beach is noticing all of the patterns that Mother Nature creates.
This colorful seaweed was begging to be photographed.
I noticed a multitude of footprints in the sand, including this tiny child's print.
People got very creative, building several little structures out of driftwood.
I love this huge piece of driftwood -- it's like an organic sculpture.
Hopefully, Tuesday wasn't the last time this year that I'll be walking through the waves.
I doubt it! In fact, I will likely be able to dabble my toes in the ocean a few more times this season.
I hope you get to walk on your favorite beach this Seaside Saturday!