Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Tranquility













Sometimes words aren't necessary. Enjoy.


p.s. Except I can't help myself I would like to add that ordinarily when I'm at Aaron's Beach it's just after sunrise.  In this instance I took an evening drive down there to test out my ailing camera.  As long as I keep the camera set on the sports mode, the problem with the ISO and lighting doesn't occur. These photos were taken in dim light and didn't come out any darker than they should have. 

I can only hope the camera keeps from dying before I make a trip later this week to a historic Mathews home called Beachland. There is quite a story to be told there and I need pictures to go along with it.

But for now, I've already written too many words on what was supposed to be a wordless post. I did try, though.


Have a great day.

11 comments:

deborah said...

Beautiful fall evening at the beach - a wonderful place to find solace.

Hope your camera will co-operate until you can get those photos...

Wishing you a great week!

Anonymous said...

Camera good. Photos made me sigh.Tranquility indeed.

LLC

Fighting Mermaid said...

Beautiful pics. Hoping your camera has a speedy recovery. After two months in a drawer, I decided to invest in a new lens for mine. The old one sounded like Christmas bells when I moved. Couldn't focus and the lens parts obstructed a portion of the view when I snapped a picture, but it still tried. Looking forward to some beach shots over the weekend.

Deltaville Jamie said...

Amazing how just a photo can reduce your blood pressure. I love Aaron's Beach in the evening. Looking forward to the Beachland story and pics

Mental P Mama said...

Wait. That's what I'm doing while I wish for pictures from LAST weekend.

Daryl said...

lovely words .. and you know I am sure your lovely Mama will let you use her camera as a back up .. if only you lived closer, I'd get to see you a lot more often AND have a lot more interesting pix to post AND you'd be able to use one of my cameras!

Windsmurf said...

Beautiful pictures. Here's hoping your camera holds out a little longer. I'm looking forward to your Beachland story.

Happy Thanksgiving all.

Diane said...

Sorry to hear of your ailing camera. That blows!

Still celebrating your book! What an accomplishment!

Dghawk4 said...

I'm glad your camera still works. Last year the auto focus went out on mine. I could shoot in manual, but after being spoiled by the auto mode who would WAN'T to shoot manual, besides, I have forgotten how. Anyway, I took it in to the shop to see about getting it fixed. He told me it was an easy fix....I had to buy a new lens! Not cheap, but it's fixed!

Gorgeous pictures, by the way. Is it summer yet?

Country Girl said...

Yes, you get more light when it's set to landscape. And they are lovely.

thomas said...

Have a nice thanksgiving. Great images.