Storms are drenching San Diego County and Southern California with much needed moisture. The first of them has just passed through and the only place to go for a walk is really the beach, because all trails are muddy and slippery, or closed entirely (to prevent further damage when people walk into vegetation to get around large puddles, etc.).
We went to our “go to beach” – there was a lot of sea foam building up which almost looked like (dirty;-) snow. I’ve never seen that much sea foam. More importantly though, the high swell following the storm had nice and large waves breaking beautifully in the evening light – and washing over the tide pools. This forced me into a different perspective, staying much higher up on the rocks than usual. Sometimes, whether is all it takes to make a difference… :-)
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