I wiped away the weeds & foam. / I fetched my sea-born treasures home... Ralph Waldo Emerson







Thursday, January 26, 2012

Sea of Tranquility



Aaaah..today was such a lovely spring day!



What? It's still January? Could have fooled me....the past few days have been like [our admittedly chilly] May at the beach.


I sure hope you all have been having warm-ish nice weather too---unless you're into skiing, in which case we'll pray for snow.


New moon = very low tide....






so peaceful...


No treasure except the gift of a perfect day.....


And I hope everyone looked up at sunset and saw Jupiter glowing large next to the Cheshire Cat grin of the tiny new moon...

Jupiter is in the upper left corner...
just a tiny dot on my camera, huge in the January sky.



love


          lizzy


           gone to the beach...


video

7 comments:

  1. I play your video and close my eyes and can imagine I am there. I am so tickled, I get to see the beach on the California coast next month. Taking my hubby to Disneyland to celebrate 34 years. Kit

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    1. oops try it again!

      That sounds so fun! Have a great trip. I ll be watching your blog to read all about CA beaches.

      love

      lizzy

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  2. I love this blog post...what a beautiful day you are having! Our weather and temps here in Iowa are really warm for January! smile...

    Blessings,
    Gert

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  3. Hi! Sooo different from snowy last year! Beach day tomorrow again...I love it.

    blessing to you all too!

    lizzy

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  4. Sounds like a perfectly perfect day indeed. We had chilly weather last weekend and beginning of the week but today it was quite nice. When I was driving home Monday nite, I noticed that the moon was just a sliver at the bottom -- but I haven't seen Jupiter. Can't even see stars from where we're at. :/ Have a great rest of the weekend. Tammy

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  5. Hi Tammy! I wonder if your night sky is different from mine, you re near the equator? But otherwise, except for light pollution, Jupiter should be just to the left/ south and above that tiny crescent moon.

    love

    lizzy

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