I can sit and listen to the waves crash on the beach for hours and never get bored. This photo was taken after a stormy night. Our hotel was right on the beach and I heard the thundering waves all night. It was wonderful.
TB Markinson is an American who's recently returned to the US after a seven-year stint in the UK and Ireland. When she isn't writing, she's traveling the world, watching sports on the telly, visiting pubs in New England, or reading. Not necessarily in that order.
Her novels have hit Amazon bestseller lists for lesbian fiction and lesbian romance.
She cohosts the Lesbians Who Write Podcast (lesbianswhowrite.com) with Clare Lydon. TB also runs I Heart Lesfic (iheartlesfic.com), a place for authors and fans of lesfic to come together to celebrate lesbian fiction.
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Ahhh! Love that photo! I live near several beaches, and for me the sound of waves crashing pretty much feels like home. I could spend all day listening to that, and watching that. Having said this, I’m a crap surfer…. 😛
I never picked up surfing either. I lived in Southern California for years and never even got on a board. I would like to take lessons at some point.
I totally agree! As I think I have mentioned before, I grew up in a sailing family, and nothing is better than falling asleep to the sound of waves, but even better is sleeping on a boat and being rocked to sleep by the waves. :). Great photo! Where was it taken?
I took this at Cape Ann in Massachusetts. It is a nice place to go for a weekend getaway. I’ve never been on a small boat over night. I should add that to my list.
I can smell, hear and taste the sea – wonderful photograph!
Thanks…the ocean is a wonderful part of this world.
I have a friend from Gloucester. Is that where you are from?
I grew up in California. I’ve lived in Colorado, Massachusetts, and now England. When we lived in Boston we would go to Gloucester at least once a year, usually during the off season. It is a beautiful place.
Oh…cool. You must miss California. I love it there! So beautiful but the traffic is a little bad. Sounds like you’ve enjoyed a lot of great places. My brother lives in CO (Denver) and I love it there, especially because I love to ski!
I do miss California but it has been years since I’ve been there. I doubt I would recognize my old neighborhood. Colorado is a fantastic place to live. I’ve been really lucky.
Awesome, I can hear the sea in my mind
It is such a marvelous and captivating sound. Thanks.
I’m with you there. The sound and smell of the water – mesmerizing.
It really is. I used to love sitting on the beach all day and we never left until we watched the sunset. It was perfect.
now that would be a Great Day. 🙂
It is a wonderful memory from my childhood.
WOW! So beautiful…. Thank you dear TBM, with my love, nia
I’m like you… I love the sound of the sea… Iive about 5 mins from the beach, but I can’t hear it from my place 😦
5 minutes from the beach! That’s totally awesome…I hope you get a lot of opportunities to wander down and take it in.
Beautiful. I can imagine the waves crashing on the beach.
It was so much fun all night long.
Oh yes, I love that sound too! Love watching the waves – it does have a calming effect. 🙂
It really does have a calming effect and it helps me reconnect with nature.
Africa? It’s got to be Africa!! Thanks for that.
Actually this photo was taken in Massachusetts in the United States. I’ve seen the coastline in South Africa and it was beautiful.
Wow! I think I just felt some of the mist hit me!
LOL…it was chilly that morning!
I feel the same way. I love sitting in the sand, digging my toes into the ground and watching the waves crash on shore.
I do love the feeling of sand between my toes, especially warm sand.
I would like to think that I am a child of the sea too and can listen to the waves all night. 🙂 Beautiful photo.
Thanks Myra…the sea is hypnotic.
Love this photo, one of my favorite things to do as well. Thanks!
It is a wonderful way to pass the time…thanks!