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.
A natural landscape with sky, clouds, ocean, rocks, sand and greenery
Ocean waves crash into the rocks at Sunset Beach, North Carolina
Designs in the beach sand created by ocean waves
These homes on Sunset Beach, North Carolina are surrounded by water – Atlantic Ocean on the far side and the Intracoastal Waterway on the near side
Birds fly by Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco oblivious to the dramatic layer of fog over the ocean
Soft, fluffy clouds over the ocean at sunrise at Acadia National Park, Maine
Sunrise at Cadillac Mountain, Arcadia National Park, Maine creates a warm glow on the clouds over the ocean
A view from Cadillac Mountain, Acadia National Park, Maine offers a serene combination of clouds, Porcupine Islands, and ocean at dawn
Thousands of years of constant pounding by the ocean have shaped these rocks on the Acadia National Park, Maine shoreline into almost round balls
The brilliance of a sunrise can’t be hidden even by the clouds
A palm tree, ocean, clouds and sunrise combine to create a postcard from Florida
Birds flying towards the Atlantic Ocean while one straggler looks on at Nags Head, Outer Banks, North Carolina
Ocean waves at high tide smashing against the rocks …
A chair for a relaxing morning balcony view of the ocean in Panama ….
Dawn view of the ocean off Panama City, Panama
An early morning view of the ocean from Panama City, Panama
A plane comes over the clouds, islands and ocean for a landing at Panama City, Panama