What lay beyond the trees, just outside of view?
The ocean. And today was special because I was finally going to touch it.
Acadia National Park’s Sand Beach.
I should put together a series of photos of Kevin, walking in front of me, by himself. There are a lot.
I could have stood there snapping shots of the waves all day long. Lucky for you I didn’t. And I’m merciful…only posting a few of the ones I took. If you want more, click on over to my flickr.
I loved the lifeguard’s chair.
Those creepy birds sat there the whole time we were on the beach.
I love barnacles. Baaaarnacles. You can’t even say the world without sounding like a pirate.
Right before we left the beach another couple wandered up and we asked them to take a picture of us. The first one of us together on our honeymoon.
And then we left because we were freezing. It was turning chilly and both of us were ready to get back to a warm room. And in all my oceanic zeal my feet got wet. I get grumpy when my clothing is damp.
Kevin, opening the door of the Honeymoonmobile (as I dubbed it). Yup, I got me a gentleman.