The Pacific Ocean at Ocean Shores, Wash.

November 21, 2O14.

The most powerful place on the planet. Wonder and terror in equal parts for anyone brave enough to spend a significant amount of time in the world’s largest body of water. Humbling to stand on the shore. It’s scary to think what it’s like out there just 2O miles. 4,8OO miles to Japan traveling WSW.


Patterns everywhere,

Life and patterns. They are not whimsical or ill-thought out or random. Water, brain waves, stock markets, heart beats, love, hate, death, birth and sand. But you have to look. This was not an extraordinary day at the ocean. It was very ordinary. Wind, water and waves and waves of sand leave their mark before they leave to cut a new groove or built a new mount toward the dunes. When looking at this video, it became clear to me why dunes are so critical. Amazing. It all started from laying on the beach and having some sand blown in my eye. Rather than get up, I looked at the sand from eye level and that’s where my newest proven patterns exist.

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