Saturday, October 25, 2014

"Long ropes of sand ridged like muscles on the sea's floor, seeded with ghostly pebbles polished like eggs waiting in weedy nests." ~ The Sea at Truro - Nancy Willard

One of our stops on the Cape was to Ballston Beach in Truro. I have walked and played and laughed on this beach with loved ones over the years, and this is where my ashes will be scattered. I have hundreds of pictures of this beach. Wave after wave; seagull after seagull; boogie-boarding son and nieces and nephews. This time, we came across a wonder in the sand that was new. Tiny feathers and rivulets; little pebbles scattered wide. Enchanting......













4 comments:

  1. What a wondrous place for your ashes to be scattered. So much happiness. :-)

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  2. Konnienordyke@gmail.comOctober 25, 2014 at 8:43 AM

    I have been to Truro several times, but have never seen it through such an exquisite lens-beautiful and magnificent!

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  3. Beautiful pictures, Tracy! Almost like satellite pictures...

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  4. So glad you were there to capture such beauty. Looking at your photos, I can feel the sand under my feet and hear the ocean. Just wonderful!

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