Oh me oh my, what colors! The water turned to a shiny onyx, the sky to an orange then to a rose. Sarah and I snapped away till light was too low for us and the heron.
-I swear we were there
at that mo-ment
did ya bring e-verything?-
Beautiful day and there was some surf. Pier was free again so the fishermen covered its length and the pelicans came for dinner dates.
The hail storm brought big and surprisingly clean swell on this very windy and cold Sunday morning. Sunshine later in the day lightened everyone’s mood. Horace Caldwell pier, Port Aransas, TX.
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What a difference a day makes. Yesterday was splendid. Today looks sloppy but probably fun.
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This weekend was a gift: Swell was clean and lined up,
water was warm and clear, jellies were prolific, and
the color change on the south side of the pier was
West wind sustained at 35 mph with gusts to 50. Keep your head down and forget waist high peelers- this is “off-shore” in Port A!