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Asilomar Azure

 
Here in Monterey County, you never know where the weather is going to turn, from fog to a glorious sunny day.  We headed to Asilomar for some family time (see next post) and of course were immediately inspired by the beautiful surf.  Every time we come here I am amazed at how much it looks like a painting. I was trying to think of a perfect title for this post and AZURE came to mind because it describes a pale cyan color.  Of course depending on the light this can change but Asilomar does have some of the clearest water I have seen in Cali and this is due to its lack of turbidity.
 
In case you are wondering about these mounds of kelp, you might recall that Monterey waters are characterized by their rich kelp forests.  Remember this post from our visit to the Aquarium?

Nothing like a beautiful coastal view to get your mind in the right perspective.
How do you help clear your mind for the new week?

10 comments

O D Y S S E Y said...

breathtaking imagery.
when i get a chance, i also head to the beach to clear my mind.
otherwise, i practice yoga. :)

Maya @ Completely Coastal said...

So very true, to look over the ocean puts the mind in the right perspective -one beyond circumstances (for me).

Beach House Living said...

There is nothing quite like gazing at the ocean.

Did the canine travel team of Norman and Newman go to?

Beach Coast Style said...

just stunning!!! what lovely pictures! I was wondering what the mounds were! Have a great week!

Ms. Givens said...

Beautiful! Wish I was there.
We are having great weather here but its allergy season for me. :(

Sarah B. said...

I really miss the ocean, I want to take a trip to the coast soon! It definitely calms me more than anything.

beachcomber said...

beautiful shots! love all the blues!
x

Heather said...

go for a walk somewhere in nature :) I also love to read the sunday paper :)

Rose West said...

Incredible ocean shots! Looks like such a gorgeous place - I love how the sea has so many different expressions!

Cindy Whitehead said...

That is one gorgeous beach - nothing like tat near where we live - just sand and water. Great shots Laura!