Beach Life: We are like shells on the beach; Waves of life wash over and renew us; some shells are removed and we may never see them again- we will always remain connected for that momentary wave that we were nourished and bonded -.
As in the depths of the sea, the sun-crystal coastline, sun-kissed sands, opalescent ripples of water, cool cobalt shoreline.from above a picturesque stained glass sea of life. Oregon coast - photograph by Russell Tomlin.
This tropical beach picture places the view on the sand with the surf rolling in gently. A lone starfish lies on the beach awaiting a beachcomber to discover it. Neither the photographer nor the location of this beach is identified.
Split Rock Lighthouse, Minnesota (by Rikk Flohr) North shore of Lake Superior near Beaver Bay. Completed in it has remained dark since 1969 except for once a year on November to commemorate sailors lost in Great Lakes shipwrecks