‘Fluctisonant’ is a rare word for “sounding or roaring like waves.” It’s little used today, which is a shame.
So many different memories and images of various beaches around the world. They are big, they are small, they are rippling and riffling. There are decumans, and spindrifts, swashes, that are undisonant and fluctisonant. I have been fluctivaganted, beached, ripped, and chopped by waves. I’ve seen bootyfloss and the 9-eyed monkey, while watching folks go puffins on the beach.
So hang ten dude! And for sure, I have no idea if I used the words above correctly.
In this big ball of people, I’m just one grain of sand on this beach. Aurora
Beach Day – short and sweet. This is the first time I have travelled to the beach and did not actually take pictures of the beach. For some reason I was much more interested in the journey then the actual time spent there. I hope you find it as interesting as I did!!
While in Vietnam I decided to take a rest stop and catch my breath in Danang. I was super exhausted from the hiking, biking and canoeing marathon and just wanted to take a couple of days and rest at the ocean. I woke up one morning and decided to take some photos of the sun coming up..and later the sun going down. I stood in one place and just kept on shooting photos of the always moving waves. From the same exact spot every single picture was so different and so beautiful. I hope you enjoy.
“The sea is emotion incarnate. It loves, hates, and weeps. It defies all attempts to capture it with words and rejects all shackles. No matter what you say about it, there is always that which you can’t.” ― Christopher Paolini, Eragon