A salty journal of sunrises, seashells, and shorebirds...
November 10, 2018
Heading for the beach, in the dark, on Halloween Day, was a bit eerie, I admit! I time it so that I arrive about 20 min. before sunrise, so I can watch the sun rise over the Atlantic Ocean. It's about a 25 min. drive to my beach, so it's still dark when I leave the house . . .
There was a Halloween-colored sunrise . . .
A pretty decent lightning whelk . . .
A few clusters of Titan acorn barnacles . . .
A few shark eyes, as usual . . .
An unusually patterned calico scallop . . .
A few lettered olives, as usual . . .
A Salle's auger . . .
On the way back to my car, I took a moment to . . . Just. Breathe.
And driving back home, I finally made good on my long-standing threat to stop and take a photo of my favorite Floridian mailbox, which gets dressed up for holidays. :)