My Year In Pictures: September Week 1

As soon as our first hike to Second Beach ended two years ago a return trip has been at the top of my vacation wish list.  Our first visit was such a lovely surprise with a quiet beach, warm temperatures, and wide open vistas  we couldn’t help but remember the area as always being bathed in sunshine but this year we were pleasantly surprised with a complete change in circumstances.  After days of record-breaking heat the winds shifted during our hike through the forest and brought this amazing fog just in time for sunset.  I’ll admit we were hoping to watch a summer sky filled with orange and pink but instead I think we were treated to something even more magical.  This week’s post is one more break from my typical weekly recap style but I took too many pictures to only share one from the day so I hope you enjoy this series of seven. 🙂

Next week will be a return to more real-time photos and recaps so if you’re curious about where we’ve been this month I’ve been keeping up with my daily share project on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. If you’d like to learn more about any of the images but you don’t follow me on these accounts please feel free to click here for IG, here for Twitter and here for FB or select a photo from the Instagram previews in my sidebar.  You don’t need an account at either place to view my photos, everyone’s welcome.🙂

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22 thoughts on “My Year In Pictures: September Week 1

  1. Such a lovely foggy and mysterious sunset. So dreamy too. Lovely perspective, getting the sun sandwiched in between those two rocks – like a piece of cheese in between two pieces of bread 😀

    1. Now I’m hungry, Mabel. 🙂 It was fun to discover I could shoot directly into the sun without glare or sunspots. What a great evening on the water and even though I didn’t take pictures on the hike back from the beach it was beautiful and foggy in the trees too.

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