Sunday, March 20, 2011

Morning Walks by the Ocean are Always Special







I've started a new walking program with a friend exploring the coastal cliffs and walking trails around our neighborhood and it is so amazing how much the vistas change every morning.




 


All in one day it can be bright and sunny, the next moment its dreary and raining and then it changes again to dramatic and puffy clouds. It makes for a very lively walk and fortunately my walking partner, doesn't mind my taking quick photos to document all the beautiful scenes unfolding.




Arent' these views inspiring, I couldn't even consider our walks exercise when we get to see this much beauty every day.



This is my contribution to my world tuesday, to visit others go to http://showyourworld.blogspot.com/


 


10 comments:

lotusleaf said...

What a lovely walk you have every day! It is an experience of beauty.

One said...

These are lovely photos! Great exercise for the eyes. :)

africanaussie said...

beautiful photos - I especially like the last one with the foreground framing the scene.

Matti said...

Man, which do I love best. That last one is my fave. Seems to capture lots o lush and a dynamic wave. Matti

Food so delicious! said...

I remember this place.. I was there a decade ago and had such a lovely time... Your photos are superb!!

Alistair said...

I always say that I get plenty exercise gardening, even I would be prepared to join you in your new found interest. Love those atmospheric photographs.

Stephanie said...

Awesome photo :-D I can see how wonderful is your morning walks.

Priscilla said...

Beautiful photography! Thank you for sharing. I love Hawai'i. My husband and I got married in Kaua'i at 'Anini Beach a year ago. I also love tropical plants and anything tropical. I was born in the Philippines but I've been living in California for most of my life. Hope you have a great week. Please visit my blog when you have a chance. Aloha!

Malay-Kadazan girl said...

What a glorious start of a day to feast upon this glorious view each morning. A magnificant panorama.

Janet/Plantaliscious said...

You're lucky to have a walking companion who doesn't mind you stopping to take pictures! And so are we, as we get to experience the walk second hand, which is probably as close to a cliff top walk in Hawaii as I will ever get...

I have to negotiate what sort of walk it is going to be ahead of time - meandering and camera-accompanied, or brisk and camera-free.

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