October 17, 2012

stinson beach.

For whatever reason, I've always found the most clarity either while I'm at the beach or while I'm in motion: running, driving, on a bus, on a train, on a plane... Maybe it's something about the inevitable stillness in those situations, or maybe it's because they sometimes feel like movie moments. Like they deserve a soundtrack with indie songs and some kind of giant, fill-your-heart crescendo. 

Either way, just a day at the beach and it became very clear: Life is good.

(Photo: Stinson Beach | My Instagram)


Niken said... [Reply to comment]

love the picture.
i love it when i'm at the beach. but i won't forget the feeling when i'm at a mountain top. i think i have a mutual love feeling for both :)

Anisha Pradahn said... [Reply to comment]

Exactly, it makes you realize of details that you might have missed on a daily run of life..
The sea makes everything feel small.

+Not Just My Allegories+

Francesca Forzoni said... [Reply to comment]

Sometimes that's all you need.. Mine is in the car.. I used to drive from Leeds to London, back and forth in one day, every week for a year - that 4 hour journey too and then that 4 hour drive back every week was my moments and I miss them :)

I get it x

janinejackson said... [Reply to comment]

I hear you. There's something about the slow sway of scenery passing you by that is very conducive to thinking well.

Colleen said... [Reply to comment]

That's exactly how I feel! The movement of travel also moves me forward toward a resolution and the beach just feels like home.

Treasure Tromp said... [Reply to comment]

oh I absolutely love Stinson!

Sigh Coexboifrend said... [Reply to comment]

Nice photo of that beach house. The guy who lives there is a surfer and an artist. He is single too. If you like the beach and you like to party you should check him out.