There is something about the sea and the early morning cool breeze that makes one feel so alive. The fresh air that smells tangy. The warm seawater is best enjoyed barefoot. The play of colors in the sky is amazing as the sun starts to rise.
I would not mind spending morning at this place where happy memories are made.
Back in 1989, I took this photo at this part of the beach which share the same coastline in my hometown. I have not returned to this place but it was so beautiful that I have not forgotten it. The pine trees standing tall as if sentinels looking out for pirates out on the open seawater. I am glad I took photos of the place and was able to have these developed.
Sand dollars have different colors. These live in shallow waters. When they are not submerged in water, sand dollars dry and turn to silvery-white. These are fragile and easily break. When you see sand dollars on the shore away from the waters, put these back so that they won’t dry.