Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Never Trust the Ocean.

Never Trust the Ocean., originally uploaded by gogoloopie.

Via Flickr:
Sprinkled throughout my photostream is this little phrase, "never trust the ocean." I started using it because of the incredibly hazardous rip tides and currents that run along the pacific coast. Without fail, I would hear or read of at least one person, usually more, succumbing to the unfortunate fate of being carried out to sea and the bodies are never recovered. People - usually tourists - oftentimes do not respect the power and the surprising force that the ocean has within her.

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I can hear those bitter screams escaping my throat in perfect harmony with my lonely ghost.

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