Considering that Hurricane Teddy was over 350 miles away, the waves were very impressive.
Glad the Magnolia Pier is 2 feet higher.
Spindrifts near Kettle Island
After work went to the beach on Monday afternoon. The waves were so pretty and the ocean was singing.
The waves hitting the rocks on Magnolia Beach were very impressive, noticed the rock looks like a whale.
On Saturday the waves at Magnolia Beach were awesome. They gave us a good workout.
Using my waterproof camera, love taking waves sitting at the edge of the ocean.
The ocean has been so warm and so grateful for these beautiful early summer days.
As we are practicing social distancing and staying safe, always need to get outside and enjoy our beautiful area where we live.
As most of you know I am a beach bum and would be there everyday if possible, this past weekend was so nice.
When walking to the beach on Saturday with a lovely mask on, the waves were white with foam especially when a dark cloud fell over the wave.
Before the weather changed on Tuesday walked to the post office with a mask and social distancing, the weather was beautiful and the waves were making another appearance.
Took a couple of photos when I had to do a work errand. This photo was taken 2.5 before high tide on Stacy Boulevard.
Took a walk out to Rafe’s Chasm on Sunday with social distancing. Took this photo 4.5 before high tide. Looks like a yummy whipped cream dessert. Stay safe and keep your distance.
When the sun finally came out on Saturday decided to take a walk with social distancing.
Took this about half hour before high tide, very windy and the ocean is singing and roaring. Be careful out there
Had to get outside to get some vitamin D and fresh air with of course social distancing. The ocean seems to telling us everything will be ok.
You can see how dark it was at high tide on Monday, but the foam of the waves still showed their beauty.