I worked all day today, so after dinner I raced down to the coast to see if could capture my shot of the day before the sun set and the rain started. The interesting thing about a photo challenge is that there can be a very short window of time to snare that perfect photo – and it forces you to just get out there and shoot. It was a long day. I was tired and had to force myself to grab the camera, suit up in warm clothes and head down to the water. I was glad I did. While this is an ordinary photograph of the Maine coast, the rock scrambling was invigorating and I felt refreshed with renewed energy.
It’s still pretty chilly here right now, and the maple trees are just starting to show off their red buds. I’m looking forward to the awakening of the spring flowers and foliage. Spring is the season of hope, of rejuvenation and rebirth.