A sheltered spot to relax by the ocean while viewing the turquoise waters and blue sky
An ideal spot to dine while overlooking the ocean. Birds too have a sheltered cove for their feeding.
While the gentle waves of the ocean can be soothing, rough seas cause waves that could display the ocean’s fury
Viewing the various shades of blue – water, clouds and sky – from an ocean cruise liner
A scene from Diani Beach, Mombasa, Kenya, right off the Indian Ocean
Oceans have featured prominently in our various trips around the world. This week’s theme is scenes by the oceans. Here is an image of full tide at Half Moon Bay, California.
The receding tide of the ocean creates nature’s design on a beach utilizing sand and stones, almost like an abstract painting
We end our series on images from Isle of Palms, Mt. Pleasant and Sullivan’s Island areas of South Carolina with a view of the Ravenel Bridge across the ocean
A sail boat on Sullivan’s Island, South Carolina matches the colors of the blue sky and ocean
A striking panorama of the beach, sand, sky, clouds, reflections, and ocean at Isle of Palms, South Carolina
Wind surfing over the ocean at Isle of Palms, South Carolina
A gorgeous blue sky with clouds meets the ocean casting reflections at the beach in Isle of Palms
Beach chairs are set up by the pier for visitors to enjoy the ocean and activities for the day at Isle of Palms
Water enthusiasts and a surfer at the beach at Isle of Palms thinking at sunrise about venturing into the ocean
A lone surfer ventures out into the ocean at dawn in Isle of Palms, South Carolina
After three weeks of sunsets, it is time to appreciate the beauty of monochrome. The bright sun in the sky creates interesting shadows and silhouettes at a pier on the ocean.
It is time to get out of the ocean as the sun has already set at Naples Pier, Florida
A walkway and path lead to Pier 14. Located on the north end of the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk, Pier 14 is a great spot for those looking to get a different view of the ocean after a walk down the Boardwalk.
The obligatory view of the ocean from under the 2nd Avenue Pier at Myrtle Beach
The 2nd Avenue Pier on Myrtle Beach‘s famous Ocean Boulevard is the longest pier in the celebrated Grand Strand city. Built in 1936, the 906-foot-long pier takes visitors out into the Atlantic’s depths for unbeatable fishing and expansive ocean views.