it's interesting how different the view can look depending on the light, the temperature, the weather, the season, the tide, the time of day & i've been trying to figure out what makes the sea sparkle some days. it seems to happen as the sun hits the water at an angle in the morning, when there's a breeze making the surface ripple. the sunshine hits the tops of the ripples creating a magical sparkle.
i'd like to hear your thoughts on why the sea sparkles.
hope you enjoyed the view, the colour and the sparkle as much as i did :)
You lucky thing to live so close to all of that...ReplyDelete
It all looks so beautiful!
Tania Maree xx
So pretty, I love those sparkles too! On our beaches it seems to be in the morning around 10 or 11am when the light is hitting the sea at a slight angle, it's so beautiful :) xo KReplyDelete
I love your term "sea sparkle"--it is so fitting. I love your pictures and your love of the sea (me too, although I'm landlocked, I get there as often as I can)ReplyDelete
I always enjoy the sparkle, the colours and the amazing views you post, but then I go away feeling grey and envious - lolReplyDelete
You are very lucky !
Makes me wish I was back on holidays!ReplyDelete
your sea is so much prettier than mine :)ReplyDelete
Oh yes I did... and that one Image with the Sea framed by the foilage is Vacation Postcard Perfect!ReplyDelete
Thanks for stopping by for a visit... alas, here in the Desert we have miles of Beach and no Ocean! *Winks*
Blessings from the Arizona Desert... Dawn... The Bohemian
You're right - the sea "sparkles" because of the angle of the sunlight hitting it, which is why it changes throughout the day, and also because of the changing seasons. Whatever technically causes it doesn't really matter - it's really pretty, just like your images! Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
Oh Wow! Yes it is certainly sparkling in your beautiful pics. Thanks for sharing such peaceful views. Cheers SpecialK XoXoReplyDelete
Thanks for the sparkles....we need a little more of this right now.ReplyDelete
Beautiful..I think it has to do with the first light,, when it is not so strong? A little chop is nice too.ReplyDelete
love the sparkle thanks Cheryl. My theory,,,, the sea sparkles, because it's happy! Jane xReplyDelete
I think the sea sparkles because it is the greatest place on earth to be!!!!! Oh how I wished I lived closer to the sea. But I live in Kansas in the USA. Right in the middle. No seas for days away. You are so luckyReplyDelete
Pretty pictures and here I sit and it's raining and it's cold. It's time to dream away *smile*. Have a nice day.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous color! Your photos are so beautiful, I love all the angles.ReplyDelete
I must live near the sea one day! Beautiful blog, too!ReplyDelete
Barbara, The Treasured Home
or why the word sparkle fits sparkle so perfectly :)))
What a fabulous place you live!! Oh how I envy you - you lucky girl.ReplyDelete
I love your pictures!ReplyDelete
those are AMAZING! you made my day, kinday grey here and these turquoise waters are so cheerful. And that pool, how awesome is that!ReplyDelete
What beach is this?ReplyDelete
It doesn't matter to me where all the sparkle comes from, your photos are absolutley beautiful!ReplyDelete
I`m so jealous of your sparkle!ReplyDelete
The sea sparkles because it is a magic place...love your photos!
I want to come visit!! Wish it would perk up again so I can grace Bondi in the sun! Crossing my fingers for sunshine soon!ReplyDelete