It’s hard to imagine people having this sort of view every day of their lives. Does it get old? Do they cease to ‘see’ it? Right now, looking out at my yard of brown grass, gross and dirty leftover snow piles and mud, I have to wonder what living in beauty would be like. Especially when I gaze out the back door at the patch of lawn our dog has used all winter 🙂
Here’s the other side of Cozumel, where the water is clearer and the waves are high:
As gorgeous as the island was, it wasn’t the prettiest place I’ve ever seen. How about Hanama Bay, on Oahu in Hawaii, pictured below? I remember the first time I saw it. It’s absolutely breath taking.
Our favorite vacation spot is Punta Cana in the Dominican (below). The white powdery sand and the aqua water heals the soul. I always prefer to believe places like this cease to exist once I leave them. It’s easier that way!
My favorite scene from my neck of the woods are the frequent hoar frosts that gild everything with a glistening coat of ice. I always stop and look for a few minutes. The world looks a little magical draped in frost.
What’s the most beautiful place you’ve ever been? Do you have a sight that never gets old?