Low tide provided a peaceful, secure setting for this fishing boat docked on Amelia Island. The pelicans were my companions as we watched as the sun set.
Golden Hour is really just a few minutes. Everything is bathed in beautiful, warm light and I always wish it would last just a little bit longer.
Unalaska or Dutch Harbor, Alaska is an enigma! I loved this rugged fishing village on the coasts of both Unalaska and Amaknak Islands, connected by a bridge called “the Bridge to the Other Side”. The island and the town are both named Unalaska. There is a body of water called Dutch Harbor and many people refer to the town as Dutch Harbor or simply Dutch. Technically, there is no town named Dutch Harbor. Have I confused you???
What better spot to sit and reflect (or not) at the end of the week? Add a glass of wine, a beautiful sunset, and of course, just the sounds of the wading birds.
The stillness at the marina on Christmas Eve was captivating. No wind, no boats, no footsteps; just the rightful residents paddling through the marina at sunset. The scene left me breathless and thankful . . .