I am back from our weekend getaway to the beautiful Oregon Coast-already missing the ocean and eager to return. In the meantime, I took a few photographs to look at to tide me over until our next visit. Here, in no particular order, are some scenes from the seaside.
I noticed later on that when I took this picture of Amy I also captured-not a bird as I first thought-but Kona’s stick in mid air! It’s just below the surf at the same height as Amy’s shoulder.
Hours could be spent searching for agates and ocean smoothed glass hidden among the other sea treasures. I loved the colors of the rocks and shells on this beach.
I wish I could say that this photo captures Kona gazing serenely at the ocean for the first time in her existence, but she really happened to be staring manically at a lady in a very large puffy knitted turquoise hat. It was all we could do to distract her so as to prevent her from running after the poor woman! Maybe Kona thought the hat was a strangely colored wayward sheep.
And that, dear readers, is the end for now-which is all that you can see of Kona in the bottom right-hand corner of this photo. Streaking through the frame faster than the camera shutter could capture her–she left nothing but her footprints in the sand.
Have a great week!