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Old 21-06-2014, 12:40 AM
12meadows 12meadows is offline
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When I am sitting at the beach I feel so utterly insignificant. It's wonderful. I love feeling so tiny next to something so vast and ever-changing. Well wishes guys. :)
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Old 22-06-2014, 06:05 AM
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There is something very soothing about the sound of the ocean. The ebb and flow of the tide. So regular. It's almost as if you're listening to the planet breathing.
Our experiences in life shape us, make us who we are meant to be.
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Old 23-06-2014, 08:20 PM
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I come from a coastal area, and have always had appeal for the Ocean and Maritime lifestyle. The decor, and tools and equiptment needed for boating, sailing, and water traveling and transporation.

The Oceans and great lakes are like another world. Especially also, weather wise.

I've read about people who've been born with prehensil tails. I wonder if anyone was ever born with prehensil gills? Like the character in the movie, "Waterworld".

"I believe there are two sides to the phenomena known as death. This side where we live, and the other side, where we shall continue to live.
Eternity does not start with death.
We are in eternity now." - Norman Vincent Peale

"There is no place in this new kind of physics for both the field and matter, for the field is the only reality." - A. Einstein
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Old 12-10-2014, 11:10 PM
Star Wolf Medicine Woman Star Wolf Medicine Woman is offline
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I am sure I have salt water in my veins... I have lived within 3 miles of the sea for nearly all of my life... I'm an 'On it, not in it' kind of gal.. I love to sail and fish too.. The sound of waves crashing on a beach, no matter where.. is white noise, so maybe that is why we find it so relaxing.
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Old 19-10-2014, 09:49 AM
Swami Chihuahuananda Swami Chihuahuananda is offline
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Ocean dreams ....

Most of my half-dozen times to the sea have been to northern California.
3 times to Big Sur /Monterrey area, and once to Arcata.

Oh, and the Big Island of Hawaii.

Epic adventures, all of them . Hawaii is completely amazing and beautiful .
We went all over the island . Strangest thing was the western side of the island, the dry side , because it reminded us of home in the SW USA , with cactus , cattle, cowboys , the whole deal. We were NOT expecting that .
We took a helicopter ride over waterfalls on the north side, and went to the rain forest by Hilo , and then another heli over the volcano .

NoCal is not shabby at all, either . I remember this rocky beach by Arcata where the complex sounds of water on rocks was like the music of the spheres, the internal sound current, and endless array of tones and sounds.

Monterrey Bay Aquarium... once in a lifetime treat
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Old 22-10-2014, 12:44 AM
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I love the ocean and the sea. I live within an hour from the Atlantic Ocean. I love the smell of the ocean, it makes me feel alive. An old saying is that if you get Florida sand on you're feet, that you will never want to leave Florida.
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Old 22-10-2014, 11:21 AM
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So right Lucy, so right :)
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Old 22-10-2014, 01:39 PM
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I grew up on the Pacific (NW) coast and I've lived in Texas close to Galveston. I've lived on the East Coast and went to the Atlantic ocean to play with my kids. And like Dar, I've been to Hawaii.

By far I love my home seas the best with the rough sea pounding into the rocks and the wind in my hair. Salt, wet salt stinging my nostrils.

And all the fresh seafood!

Now I live in Colorado and probably won't get back to the sea in this lifetime.
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Old 22-10-2014, 07:18 PM
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Originally Posted by NYBrit
It's almost as if you're listening to the planet breathing.

Yes! Everytime I lay on the beach and become one with my surrounding, I feel as though I can actually hear the earth inhaling and exhaling! It's amazing.

The sea is very calming, but the ocean is fierce. It changes "moods" throughout the day...never stays the same. Growing up with the Atlantic Ocean at my feet, tasting the salt in the air, it's difficult living away from it all and especially in a mountain area!
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Old 24-10-2014, 12:49 AM
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Originally Posted by OceanFlower
I've been visiting it a lot more lately and still, I wish I could spend more time near it.
I love watching the waves lap over each other, watching the sun reflect on it, glimmering and glistening.. listen to the sound of the water, and the gulls.. gazing out to the seemingly endless horizon..

I feel such a deep affinity with the sea. I appreciate it so much.

Me too!

One day, I hope to live near the ocean..
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