Sunday, September 23, 2012
Photo: Main Beach, Laguna, California
This camera does not replace the DSLR cameras that Dave and I use, with multiple lenses. The camera is for occasions when we do not want to carry our heavy camera equipment. This photo was taken without a tripod.
Main Beach in Laguna holds special memories for my husband, because this was the beach where he took his sons when they were little. His father would drop them off and then return in the afternoon to pick them up at the appointed time, as that solved one of the major challenges of beaches in Southern California -- finding a place to park.
My brother has profound memories of this beach as well. He was body surfing here a few years ago and the wave crashed and drove his shoulder into the sand. He heard his bone break through the water.
Today is Sunday, so we have new photos posted on our Viva la Voyage travel photo site. This week I am showing some photos of the colors of Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia.