On Sunday, I decided that lots had changed since the last time I was at the beach. Digital cameras, for instance. Last time, I used film, picking and choosing my shots. This time, I snapped away with my digital camera.
My daughter Kathe and I got up early to go for a walk together before breakfast. We each had a digital camera. Some things don't change. I still have high-arched, big feet.
|And shore birds still get up early and breakfast on the beach.|
|Small children still build sand castles |
using plastic buckets.
|Who knew that surfers could now paddle |
their boards into the waves using a paddle,
rather than their hands,
and no longer have to jump to their feet?
|Or skip the paddle and the waiting|
for a wave and just let a sail
catch the wind?
I bought a pair of earrings at the Kill Devil Hills Cooperative Gallery. Some things never change.