Thursday, August 9, 2012

Photo: The People on the Seashore

If the right sort of beach is around, a trip down there can put some things into perspective--Semiahmoo Bay, on the shore of which you'll find White Rock, is one I've found that's good for that. For me, the distant profiles of Point Roberts and the Gulf Islands help reinforce the sense of scale and quiet emptiness that you can't find in a city. In places like this, people are people and nature is everything.

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