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19 thoughts on “My Window on the World”
Somehow I feel more connected to the world since I live near the sea. Yours is a beautiful window!
CC, I always feel that the sea is very much at the edge and allows more ‘light in’ in all sorts of ways. Looking at the horizon always makes me feel a global connection.
Yes, the Prom in Tramore is truly special to me (and to the thousands of people who walk there regularly).
Hi Willow, it’s probably the place that spells ‘home’ to me more than anywhere else.
I Love the look of it!
It’s pretty moody in this pic but I like the reflection of the railings in the remnants of high tide.
An especially moody feel!
Definitely compared to a busy Summer evening!
Yes that’s true!
Must say I tend to prefer the less crowded times.
What a lovely idea…I love the ocean and how it and the sky change colours in tune with each other:)
Hi Olga, yes they are mirror images. Wonderful variations as well every second.
Thanks Jean. Reading your post with my first cup of coffee is always a morning treat. Lovely image. Walking between sea and shore inspires dreams and visions and clears the cobwebs! Regards Thom.
Ah thanks, Thom. What a lovely comment!
Such a lovely window Jean ❤
Thanks Jewels. It always feels good to me anyway.
And just think, you can raise the window and smell the sea air. 🙂
Go at low tide today Jean and bring your camera!