WPC – Ephemeral

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!



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15 Responses to WPC – Ephemeral

  1. Nice shot capturing the surf on the rock. I keep hearing of this beach but have never visited.

  2. Very nice interpretation of this week’s photo challenge.

  3. Dave Phalen says:

    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.

  4. A. Blake says:

    I still would love those temps as opposed to what we had today!

  5. Brilliant interpretation! Nicely captured 🙂

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