Winter Wave Watching

I could spend hours standing on the shore watching the breakers roll in.

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Waiting for the swell of the sea in the distance

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the curl of the wave

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the spindrift

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the translucent green of the barrel

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followed by the white spume crashing on to the rocky headland

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or lapping gently on to the sandy shoreline.

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and all the time breathing in the salty air and listening to the crescendo of the ocean’s orchestra

27 Comments Add yours

  1. Dina says:

    Wonderful wavescapes, Jude. It’s one of my favourite occupations as well. Today I had to pinch myself and say, now it’s enough … 🙂

  2. We lived about 18 months near the beach at Savannah, Georgia. I loved the waves, especially in the Winter. I spent hours there at a time, walking and listening to the waves, watching them roll in – each one different. One of my favorite ways to “recharge my batteries” after a long week! Your photos are lovely, Jude, and brought back those wonderful times.

  3. What an array of colours all barrelled up!

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