Crashing Waves, the Ocean, and Seabirds

I couldn’t take you with me to Maui, but I could bring you back the little piece of paradise that I captured so I could look at and listen to the waves whenever I want to.

Here are 30 seconds of bliss for your viewing pleasure. Or, sit back and close your eyes and imagine the sun on your face…Sand and water swirling on your feet and around your ankles…

Feel free to click the play button as many times as you want. πŸ˜€

Are you there with me on the beach? Sigh. Where’s your favorite vacation spot?

17 comments on… “Crashing Waves, the Ocean, and Seabirds”

  1. Thanks so much for sharing – We were walking the Texas national seashore yesterday and thought of you. A little girl had dug a hole to trap water and she had two mermaids swimming in it. I almost took a picture to share with you but my husband thought the mom might freak out, so we just kept walking. Did you see any mermaids on your travels?


    • Diana Beebe


      Oh, I’ve been looking at all those pictures you’ve posted. It looks like you had a great time! I bet that little mermaid pool was adorable, but I understand about taking pictures of strangers’ kids. Thanks for thinking of me though.

      The only mermaids I saw were art: a couple of statues and a sign. One of the statues was in a gallery, so I didn’t get a picture of it.

  2. What a great idea, Diana. And welcome home. I think I’ll enjoy this particularly in January when I’m surrounded by 4 foot snow drifts. Thanks.

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