The Seaside

Few things enamor the heart of man quite like the seaside. Few people capture it as romantically as Ewan has in the post following that link, and some fail to see the romanticism in it all. I recommend simultaneously reading his post (and I understand it’s not all about the sea, but those are some of the most enchanting pictures I’ve ever seen of the sea) and listening to the song titled “The Seaside” by The Honey Trees (link below).

Thank you, Ewan. You brought a tear to my eye just by offering your perspective of that gorgeous scape. I have nothing more to say, the pictures are more than enough. The description of the trek across the sandstone crags helps me appreciate what it takes to see the greatest Beauties in the world.

To hear more of my fervor for the sea, here’s a short poem, which also happens to be my 100th post on WordPress: Heaven Must Have a Sea

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