This title could not be more apt this weekend as I learned about a friend of Richards who was in critical condition in ICU. He is our age. I keep saying, lets do, instead of talking about it. Before it is too late and we cannot do it anymore. I don’t want to let time pass us by.
Fourth of July, and we decide the night before that we are heading to the beach to watch the sunrise. Richard is taking his paddle board out and I am going to watch and enjoy the moment the sun breaks through the horizon.
On arriving at the beach I was not optimistic on what the sunrise was going to be like. It was overcast and blueish. However, the water was perfect for paddle boarding. Until you got in that was. It was then that you discovered reed, thick and going on forever. However, Richard stuck out the paddle boarding and I photographed the sunrise. The change in tones was surprising and really enjoyable.
Life is beautiful, but we are only given one life. Enjoy it, soak up the moments, be inspired by life, because before you know it time has flown by and you are sitting asking yourself where it went. Hug your loved ones, tell them you love them, let your friends know that they are important to you. Continue to be inspired by the life you have.
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Wow wow wow! I’m so sorry to hear your friend is ill. What a beautiful way to find peace. These images are incredible as is that sky. Thank you for sharing a beautiful moment in July xx
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Thank you Cathy – The good news was that he got to go home. He was a very lucky man. Thank you for your kind words on my images.
Sharleen how true! I totally agree we should all take the time to share precious moments with our loved ones. The sunrise was so pretty I hope your friend is okay
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Thank you Tracy – He has gone home now and recovering. He was very lucky.