Yesterday my daughters and I spent the day at the beach exploring the tide-pools looking for abalone, sea-glass, seals, and any other interesting marine life we could find. I could walk the beaches all day and never get tired but we went nearing low tide (a couple of hours before sunset) so we could capture all of the beautiful creatures that live in the rocky tide-pools. It was an overcast day, but the weather was mild and the waves were huge. Several times I was caught off-guard trying to get a great shot and the waves washed up and over my rubber boots soaking me through to the skin, but it was well worth it; the treasures we found were amazing!
I’ve been studying all week-end to pass an exam to be certified in healthcare reform (I know, how much more boring can I get? But I work in healthcare; it’s my career – you can check out the article I wrote on my other blog at 3:30 am to see what I do for my regular job: “Can You Afford The Employer Mandate Under The Affordable Care Act?” http://pharmamanagedcare.com/2012/12/08/can-you-afford-the-employer-mandate-under-the-affordable-care-act/)
But when I decided to take break from all the studying this afternoon, I looked outside and knew we were in for something really special; I grabbed my camera and waited for the show. See if you can spot the jetliner in the sunset – I bet the passengers had a spectacular view!