Sunday, February 27, 2011
Recently I drove down to Bethel Beach late in the afternoon.
Normally when I drive somewhere specifically to take pictures, it's in the morning.
(I'd like to change the word "normally" above to "usually." Nothing in my life should be confused with normal.)
Very rarely do I come down to these beaches so late in the day, which may be why I don't remember ever seeing the sky here this blue.
If you're here in the morning, sunlight is taking up most of this empty blue space.
With the sun behind you, a whole new world opens up.
Throughout this week as time permits I'll share more photos from this little journey.
For now I must return to working on the book and tackling the dirty clothes pile known as Mt. Laundrest, which has grown so large it's blocking out all daylight in the 23076 zip code.
I sincerely hope your day is relaxing and laundry-free.