Hobo Photo Of The Day


It was a blurry week. All you can eat and all you can drink. There are parts of my 7 day adventure to Mexico that I barely remember.

Regardless of how hungover I was feeling, there is nothing better than stumbling down to the beach, lounging in the sun and watching the palm trees dance in the wind. The sound of the waves crashing on the beach as children play in the sand and the blue waters of the Gulf of Mexico stretching as far as the eye can see.

Sometimes, I still close my eyes and imagine myself laying there, baking in the sun.

I wish I had never left.

Hobo Photo Of The Day

IMG_20170522_111507_603The sun was shining in a bright blue sky. It’s rays were warm but the cool ocean breeze was brisk and sent a shiver down my spine. I was walking across Scheveningen beach on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean in Den Haag, Netherlands.

I took in the scene and breathed in the fresh salt air. The seagulls cawed. In the distance, I could see cargo ships lurking across the horizon. I directed my eyes to the west and imagined the vastness of the ocean that lay between me and my home. The distance was immense.

I felt the crunch of shells and frosty sand below my boots. I looked down so as not to miss a single detail and stumbled upon this dried starfish laying in the sand. I don’t know how long it had been there, but I like to think that it had been waiting there just for me to find it.

Our Day at the Beach — Cee’s Photography

As most of you know, Chris and I took a day off and went to the beach this week. The weather was sunny and gorgeous. The ocean was so calm it didn’t seem as if we were on the Oregon Coast. Here are a few photos I took. Qi (energy) hugs Cee

via Our Day at the Beach — Cee’s Photography