Sunday, February 20, 2011

feeling small

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today = finding a place that made me feel small.

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18 comments:

Belle said...

The greatness of nature does make one feel small.

JessiVille said...

I so enjoyed your ocean interlude! Thank you!

Inna said...

That is so beautiful to me in my cold and icy world. We have snow storms surrounding us right now, the sound of the ocean was so beautiful to hear! Thank you!

Joan said...

Simply Beautiful. We visit the ocean here in Washington State mostly during the calm summertime. How wonderful it is to watch the waves dancing to shore via your video- simply beautiful. Thank you for sharing.

Jeannie said...

My favorite place to be in the world is the ocean. It invigorates, yet calms me. I am in awe of its beauty and power. Thank you for a peek into that place I miss so much.

Helmi said...

I love the sound of the ocean film. Yes it is "feeling small". Thanks for sharing.
grt, Helmi

Dara Lynn said...

Loved the video of the ocean! Reminds me of when I was little and family vacations:)...Thank you!

An Altered Wonderland said...

just beautiful. it was nice to see the ocean after all the winter weather here on the east coast. thank you for sharing your day.

Fine Lines said...

I, too, walked down to enjoy the sight of our spectacular Pacific Ocean yesterday. It really was one of those picture perfect days -- and you pictures prove it!!

Emily said...

Beautiful- wow, some of those photos look like ready-made paintings! And it was great to live vicariously with that video. It's so awe-inspiring to watch the way the waves meet the shoreline with such grace, beauty, and power!

b_maria_why said...

gosh, thank you for that video. i just sat here and totally relaxed watching that. :)

artistaprilcole@gmail.com said...

Thank you for sharing.. the photos are wonderful and the video was great... the waves were incredible!
The sound of the ocean is very relaxing :]

freebird said...

I feel small when I visit Ft. Rosecrans where many of my family are buried. There are so, so many people buried there but according to my Uncle while attending my dad's funeral there, only a few hundred were there in the 1940's. Not only do I feel small there but I feel so finite.

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Janna said...

lovely pictures, Alisa!

Loppan said...

Beautiful!
Here in Sweden we have icecold and snow, so your photos look really welcoming.

Jen said...

Gorgeous. I always find perspective and peace and nature.

Kate said...

Thank you so much for this post. I was fortunate enough to spend a week in the San Diego area last month. (I'm from Chicago). I can't imagine that anyone would ever get tired of watching the waves on the rocks. Your video brought it all back.

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