The surf pounds against the rocks on the beach and the water sprays skyward for a beautiful moment before it falls back into the ocean. This photo was taken one warm August day in Manchester-by-the-Sea, Massachusetts on what is known as the singing beach. I don’t know about singing but it is the first beach I’ve ever been on in the world that actually would squeak as you walked (or did a little dance) on it.
But even in August that water was frigid!
Nice shot capturing the surf on the rock. I keep hearing of this beach but have never visited.
What? Then get thee to this beach come the summer! It is very nice but geeze that water is cold!
We drove through Manchester-By-The=-Sea on the same day that I made the image I posted yesterday. I’d love to go back for a day trip. Yeah, we only swim in ponds and lakes up here.
The town is very quaint and that beach is very nice 🙂
Very nice interpretation of this week’s photo challenge.
Thank you 🙂
Crashing surf always beautiful! Well done! Growing up in Massachusetts and vacationing in Maine I have observed the water gets colder as you get older.:) No problem as a child, no way as a senior citizen.
This day only a very very few hardy souls were in the water and even they weren’t in there long!
I still would love those temps as opposed to what we had today!
I hear ya!
Brilliant interpretation! Nicely captured 🙂
Thanks, Indah 🙂