This is a whirl-wind, helter-skelter sort of week for us. We have three major events occurring in the next several days and my aim at this point is simply survival. Last night, after dropping in to visit with friends and their charming child, we threw our schedule to the wind, pulled over and dropped in to see Beachy Cove.
When you’re in Beachy Cove, it’s very much a feeling of being in a place that no one could find you. Perfect for a spontaneous and brief escape from a week that has taken on the proportions of a poorly organized Zombie Apocalypse (and given the perceived level of organization of most of the undead, that’s saying something). My brain feels very much as though it has already been eaten, but I can’t find anyone who seems like they’re responsible. For that matter, I don’t suspect my brain would have been all that appetising, since leading into this week it felt like scrambled tofu.
In any event, we mucked around on the beach, threw rocks in water, got soaking wet (well, Katherine and I did. John was brought up strangely.)
I also had my camera handy (of course) and was fiddling around with my neutral density filters, seeing what could be wrought with the combination of sunset, very light wave action and filtration.
I also updated the theme for this blog last night. Not sure whether I like it or not. Time will tell…..Opinions welcomed.