Seekers on the Shore  

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Uploaded: 09/17/21 10:36 AM GMT
Seekers on the Shore
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Henry David Thoreau who walked the length of the beaches of Cape Cod in the 1850s compared them to a great garbage dump. Everything washed up. You could also call it a restaurant, a meeting spot, a trading outpost. So much happens by bodies of water, civilizations meet, discoveries are made. Many species gather to find sustenance. It is also a place of transformation and change.


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09/18/21 12:42 AM GMT
Paul, you've given us all the possible qualifications for a beach. But for me it's, like the persons in your capture, an ideal spot to contemplate certain things in life. The everlasting sound of the waves are very helpful to that.
Fine and moody image however!
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