Almost the end of hurricane season, and calm seas are back
Smell the sea and feel the sky. Let your soul and spirit fly — Van Morrison
No heart rocks found on the beach this evening, but as I turned to leave and looked up at the sunset, this was waiting for me. I’ll take it.
Each kite has 4 lines, so another kite is above the red one but out of view in this shot. Some days I’ve counted 20 kitesurfers riding the waves, and I’ve never seen them get their kites or lines crossed. A true sport.
A daily sport on windy days at Jupiter Beach
Heart discovered in a concrete bench where daily morning walks begin at the beach
Aloe’s soothing aqua blue
Such a perfect expression of bliss…
It never ever, not even for a moment, gets old
A beached coconut with barnacles
Beach flags signaling HappyLand
A bat wing effect as this kite surfer makes his way back up the beach
Kite surfers following their bliss
A great moment to stumble across this while on a walk in our neighborhood
Low tide reveals a moss covered rock display at Jupiter Beach
Close up of the hairy moss growing on the beach rocks
So many rock designs, so little time to capture them all! What do you see?
Kite surfing at Jupiter beach
Solitude at Jupiter Beach
Another beautiful day on tap on the Florida coast!
Looks like a heart to me ❤️
Glued together by tide and time
Looks a little fishy to me
After a month of extremely calm seas, heavy surf is forming from Hurricane Cristobal, which is several hundred miles west of Bermuda.
Need I say more? My heart is smiling.
Reflections in the ocean about an hour after sunrise at Jupiter Beach
Hatched sea turtle eggs in the sand at Jupiter Beach
Calm and serene waves just barely lapping at the shore on Jupiter Beach
Beautiful colors in the sky courtesy of the kite surfers who’ve found their bliss maneuvering the wind and waves at Jupiter Beach
Looking up to a surfer’s kite perfectly centered over the sun shows amazing detail
Low tide is the best tide!