As Hurricane Ian bears down on our Florida home, I’m trying to stay calm and think back on those carefree summer days when we enjoyed brilliant sunshine and several days of boating off the coast of Sardinia, Italy.
We passed these lovely sailboats and tried to photograph them with a steady hand. With the movement of the waves, it was a challenge to keep the horizon level.
Ending this blog post with a prayer for everyone in the path of Hurricane Ian. Stay safe.
In literature, water often sustains life. It feeds the thirsty. Thirsty humans, animals and plants. In rivers, it flows past us in a strong steady current, often signifying our journey through life. Other times, arriving in storms it taketh away. Floods overpower human settlements and people. It kills.
What does this ocean image say to you? Is it dangerous and menacing, or does it bring you peace?