West Beach, Esperance, Western Australia.
I find the sea inexplicably seductive. I love the feel of the frothy curl of waves around my ankles. The treasures I find when the tide leaves. The gentle rhythm of ocean time. If there is such a thing, I was born with the beachcomber gene. I always find something of interest. Although I seek these moments of solitude on my own, I never feel alone when I’m walking along the shore.
I’ve come to understand, companionship, is the gift of the sea.
Young seagull, Exmouth Gulf, Western Australia
Until next time
a dawn bird
In response to Pic and a Word Challenge – Shoreline #220