Watery Wednesday # 51: Ocean Isle Beach

Ocean Isle Beach, North Carolina.  May 6, 2009.

Ocean Isle Beach, North Carolina. May 6, 2009.

This is my post for Watery Wednesday.  To see more of our beautiful watery world, or to join and post your own pictures to share, click HERE.

I’ve been working on pictures taken when we were at Ocean Isle Beach in North Carolina this past May.  We’d been to Ocean Isle Beach before, but the weather this time was absolutely gorgeous.  The sky and ocean were both a brilliant blue.  It was a perfect spot from which to contemplate our beautiful, watery world.

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12 Responses to “Watery Wednesday # 51: Ocean Isle Beach”

  1. busy bee suz Says:

    It is indeed BLUE. Very pretty.

  2. Susie Says:

    That is a beautiful blue George. We are hopeful that we will be making a trip to the beach soon.

  3. Fishing Guy Says:

    George: I never get tired of ocean views.

  4. Neal Says:

    Ocean pictures are always beautiful!

  5. Rose Says:

    Looks lovely!

  6. Tammie Says:

    So wonderful to see a beautiful ocean photo!

  7. Happyone Says:

    It looks so calming!

  8. SandyCarlson Says:

    I could stay here for the rest of my born days. A beautiful NC view. Thanks, George.

  9. Cheryl Says:

    The blue looks like the ocean here when its very cold! A gorgeous color no matter what the temp is. And the sand is sooo inviting.

  10. Carletta Says:

    Lovely shot George!
    A always forget how beautifully blue it can be on the east coast.

  11. MaryBeth Says:

    I love the ocean and it’s waves–sometimes gentle and sometimes not.

  12. Louise Cannon Says:

    I always love a beach, but I love it more because at least in the frame, it is an empty beach. “Contemplate.” Yes!

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