Monday, April 30, 2012

'Twas a Foggy Sunday

One Friday morning in January, hubby and I took a long (about 10 hours) drive from our place at Boca Raton to Pensacola, Florida, known as the home of some of the world's most beautiful beaches.  When we reached Pensacola Beach, we were greeted with stretches of pristine snow-white sand beaches with coral-green waters.  Sea oats growing on sand dunes and rows of brightly colored cottages and houses completed the picturesque view.  It was postcard-perfect!

We were busy going around and visiting the nearby tourist areas and had plan to make the beach as our last stop before we head home on Sunday morning.  Alas, we woke up to a rainy and foggy Sunday morning.  The fog was so heavy that we could hardly see the road ahead of us. That did not stop us from going to the beach.

This is what greeted us:

Fog on the road

The boardwalk to the beach

Snow or sand?

The next time we visit Pensacola, I hope it'll be on a fine sunny day and then I'll be able to share with you the beauty of Florida's and the United States' most beautiful beaches.

1 comment:

U.S. Common Sense said...

The look down the boardwalk is an awesome shot. Looks very surreal! :)


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