While driving home from a friend's house on Sunday afternoon, I glanced toward the water. "Oh, let's stop by Island View beach for a better view," I suggested to Tim. (He complied.)
What a day! Mount Baker (in Washington State) was certainly showing off her beauty, with the help of clear skies and sunshine.
A dried sea plant, left high and dry on a piece of driftwood, looks as if it were sprinkled with sparkles, aka sand.
Golden nuggets of fungus creep along another sea-tossed log.
I was so glad I had my camera with me. We didn't stay very long, but that little detour added a bit of whimsy to the day. It was a reminder to take the time for serendipity for one never knows when she'll show up.
Any serendipitous moments in your life lately?