Saturday, November 12, 2011

Into the blue

Back in May when I was invited to come down to Rhode Island and take a tour of the area with other New England bloggers, this was the final place I stopped on my own before coming home. It was 5:30, had been a long day, I was slightly lost and very tired. The drive home was still about 2 1/2 hours long. 

I loved this beach. I mean I really loved it. But as I say, time was short and all I could think about was getting home. I rolled down the window of the car, took a few shots, and headed for the highway hoping I had captured something decent. 

One day I hope to make it back to Rhode Islands shores.


The beauty of large time-worn rocks and tranquil blue water convey a spa-like feeling






Final note: To all the readers who followed me over to The Sweetest Days and left comments, Thank you. I very much appreciate your time and feedback. Leaving A New England Life was a huge leap of faith for me, and at times I have doubted whether or not I've made the right choice. But I'm going to persevere forward with my photography and hope this blog will find it's quiet little way just like my other one did. 

Change feels like a good thing : )

13 comments:

Gone Country said...

You captured some great shots!

Change can be a good thing!

Have a great weekend!

Rosie said...

Love these...especially the last one of the gull perched on top of the sign! Beautiful, as usual!

injoyinmylife said...

Yes, change IS a good thing. I look forward to your blog posts all the time. Thanks.

Mary said...

When our kids were small, we went to Block Island one year and I always remember those big rocky beaches. It is indeed a beautiful place, and you have captured it well!

Love the look here, Sharon!
xoxo

Mary said...

When our kids were small, we went to Block Island one year and I always remember those big rocky beaches. It is indeed a beautiful place, and you have captured it well!

Love the look here, Sharon!
xoxo

Mary said...

When our kids were small, we went to Block Island one year and I always remember those big rocky beaches. It is indeed a beautiful place, and you have captured it well!

Love the look here, Sharon!
xoxo

Lynda said...

I can see why you wanted to stop here! It looks so calm and serene ... and the white rocks look so clean.

Congratulations on your new blog Sharon! Change is always difficult but sometimes very necessary so that we can move forward.

Have a lovely weekend!

Lynda xo

Lemon Lane Cottage said...

Your photograph is stunning. Good luck with your new blogging adventure. I will definitely be back. Patty

Carolyn said...

You did well-your shots are beautiful!

Carolyn

Pamela Gordon said...

Hi Sharon, I forgot about you moving your blog over here and missed your posts! Your photos are so beautiful. I'm glad you are still here so I can keep checking in. I hope you have a lovely week. Blessings, Pamela

Carolynn said...

You can't get away that easily. *grin*

*and a big hug*

Oliag said...

It would have been so much fun to have met you while you were down here! If you ever do get back to RI let me know... These are beautiful, peaceful, calm photos....one would never know how rushed or tired you felt:)

Kathy said...

Hello,
Your photos are just beautiful - completely serene. I have enjoyed my stroll through your blog! I look forward to more visits!
I hope you have a blessed day,
Kathy