This is a companion piece to my previous post. When I look at this type of scene, I am reminded of George Clooney's lines in the opening of "Descendants"He talks about how people on the mainland think that living in Hawaii is all happy days in paradise, just sitting under the palm tree sipping a tropical drink.
People have the same problems there as we have in our everyday lives; death, disaster, financial, etc. So, you have to make your own happiness, no matter where you are or what your circumstances may be.
It's that time of year again. Well, maybe not where you live, but here in Florida the weather is perfect and everyone is looking for a place to sit on the waterfront and have some boiled shrimp and a beer.
Hopefully, someone is singing Jimmy Buffett songs too!
It's nice to pretend your on vacation every weekend.
If you live close to the sea, these guys are a part of your everyday life. This one looks a little serious, like he has a job to do and is going to get it done.
When my grandson was four, we went to the beach for a picnic. When I casually mentioned to him that the sea gulls were after his sandwich, he gobbled it down. Unfortunately, he didn't want to go to the beach for years afterwards. The mere mention of the "beach" conjured up thoughts of a bird attack ala Alfred Hitchcock! Bad Grandma!!