I’m so happy you all liked reading about my vacation, because I have to say, I’m really enjoying reliving it! 🙂
On the second day of our trip, I took a whole bunch of pictures using my dad’s “good” camera. However, the camera decided not to allow me to download the pictures to my computer, so we’ve taken the memory card to Costco, and I’ll have to wait for them to figure it out before I can post those pictures. Bummer.
In the meantime, though, I’ll explain what we did that evening…
About three minutes down the beach from our house was the Seaview Fishing Pier. My family and I decided to go for a walk along it and take in some more of the scenery, so we paid the amount (a dollar per person) and took a stroll.
There were a lot of people fishing off the sides of the pier, and it was a really relaxing place to be. (Note: Being above the ocean on a creaky, moving, wooden pier isn’t exactly my idea of comfortable or reassuring, but otherwise it was pleasant.)
At one point, a little way down the pier, we spotted a man who was holding…
…a baby shark! Well, I don’t know if it was a baby, but it was small. I’ve never been that close to a shark before (that seems like a silly thing to say, but it’s true!), and I swear he was smiling for the camera. (For those of you who might be wondering, this guy caught the shark on accident, and threw him back in the water.)
Shortly after that photo opp, we passed this sign…
The ocean has so many different faces and personalities. The color, tempo, and lure of it changed by the hour, and I could not stop taking pictures of it. It really is just so captivating.
That’s all I have for today!
Have a fantastic Tuesday, everyone!!