The Photo Challenge this week is Serenity. This isn’t something that I’m finding a lot of in my life at the moment. However, when things do get super stressful and chaotic, my method of finding some serenity is to go to the nearest coastline and look out at the horizon. I grew up by the coast, and whenever things got tough and suffocating as a child, looking out to sea helped me to calm down. The horizon between sky and sea is a reminder to me that there are always other lands out there to explore, space to be found when you need it and infinite lives that can be led. Even when my life has taken me to living in land-locked countries, I always seem to find my way back to the sea.

My hometown of Blackpool, Lancashire is where it all started for me…


I’ve seen many horizons all over the world…

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Skirnkle Bay was definitely worth the effort.
Skirnkle Bay was definitely worth the effort.


Even in the middle of massive summer storms in Kefalonia, looking out at the horizon still helped me to feel serene (although the earthquakes afterwards would slightly reduce that feeling!)…

White Rocks

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7 Replies to “Serenity”

    1. The White Rocks in Kefalonia, Greece. You have to walk through the White Rocks hotel to get to the beach. I took the picture about 8 years ago and they were having to import sand because the water gets so rough during the storms it was washing it all away. It could look very different there nowadays. Thanks for stopping by 🙂

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