DISTURBING AND INVITING ALL AT ONCE

DISTURBING AND INVITING ALL AT ONCE
DISTURBING AND INVITING ALL AT ONCE























We saw February leaving. It played with surfers for a while as we went collecting pebbles to keep some and lose some on our way home. It moved misty gray clouds as we stopped paying attention elsewhere wondering if it's polite to stare at the waves saying their good-byes. These waves were no joke, I filmed the intensity of their angry bodies for good amount of time with Nadia giggling away when they reached the point we were too slow to escape from being splashed at. If I tell you it's the first time I've seen it happening, don't let it distract you from scrolling down. Every day we're undoubtedly closer to nowhere to be but outdoors so something tells me our frenzied senses will no longer be happy kept locked in. And the weather? We love our coast all the better when we know its habits. And have you noticed? Days are getting longer, I started collecting sunglasses and taking my big lens with me more to enjoy the views with. Hello spring, I know you're there. 

DISTURBING AND INVITING ALL AT ONCE
DISTURBING AND INVITING ALL AT ONCE
DISTURBING AND INVITING ALL AT ONCE
DISTURBING AND INVITING ALL AT ONCE
DISTURBING AND INVITING ALL AT ONCE

4 comments:

  1. Finally weather forecast shows its potential. I'll never get bored with the view we're lucky to call our home.

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    1. Too many memories, years of traipsing along the shore to get angry at two to three months of unpredictability. It's calmed down now anyway xx

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  2. These photos are all just simply stunning. I love how you captured the movement of the water!

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