Wordless Wednesday: Memory


18 Responses to “Wordless Wednesday: Memory”

  1. CatSynth Says:

    This photo was taken on a beach south of Carmel on the California central coast in 2006. It is posted today in memory of a friend who was there when it was taken. It represents both beauty and sadness at the same time.

  2. Sukhmandir Kaur Says:

    This rock lochs alive as though it’s crawling up out of the sea. I don’t recognize it tut the coast and shoreline is ever evolving. Carmel is definitely a living beach, every few years it changes radically to look entirely new yet ironically it’s because storms have swept away the sand to bare rocks incredibly old.

  3. geni Says:

    Thanks for sharing your beautiful picture and thoughts.
    Happy WW from the Netherlands!

  4. Gattina Says:

    Looks like a geant frog sitting in the sand ! Strange rock !

  5. Beth F Says:

    I love this photo. There is so much in it to think about. Is the sky clouding over or clearing up? There is a stormy look but the sea is calm. I like that lines formed by the kelp help set off the rock. Hope you find more peace than sadness.

  6. Mitch Says:

    I thought that rock was shaped like a frog!

  7. Carol @ There's Always Thyme to Cook Says:

    Great shot, I thought it looked like a frog, too! I am sorry it brings you sadness, but it is a beautiful place as well.

  8. Daisy the Curly Cat Says:

    That picture makes me feel melancholy. I’m sorry about your friend.

  9. Cafe au lait Says:

    It looks so peaceful. Beautiful capture.

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  10. AVCr8teur Says:

    This is a lovely place, but I’m sorry it brings you sad memories. I have not been to Carmel in years; hopefully, your next visit will bring new happy memories.

  11. Ms. Latina Says:

    I’m so sorry CatSynth for your loss. I hope one day you’ll be able to look at this picture and remember the joy and happiness that person brought into your life, without the sadness. *Hugs*

  12. Snowcatcher Says:

    Such a lovely and tranquil photo, and then it nearly brought tears to my eyes when I read the description. I hope the memories are happy ones you enjoy reliving…

  13. meowmeowmans Says:

    I recognize this rock! It IS a lovely spot, to be sure. Sorry to hear about your friend. I hope someday this picture will bring you happier memories.

  14. CatSynth Says:

    It is a lovely spot, and I do quite like this photo. And the original memory from the time it was taken is a happy one. With time, it will return to being that.

  15. Kitty Says:

    Sorry for your loss. You’re in my thoughts and prayer.

    It’s a beautiful beach, and it looks very peaceful. Big hugs.

  16. SandyCarlson (USA) Says:

    I sure wouldn’t mind being there!

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  18. Tillie & Georgia Says:

    Wishing you peace on this day of remberance.