The beach is full of textures, from wood pilings to water and sand.
The sand alone encompasses a variety of textures: from soft wet sand that slips between your toes as you walk barefoot to hard-packed sand that feels like cement when you walk on it. Then there’s dry sand that sticks to everything! Some people don’t like that at all so they wear sneakers or shoes.
The ocean waves beat relentlessly on the rocks, smoothing them over time. But if you decide to walk barefoot, be careful of shells, which can be sharp.
Whoever lost this shoe, might be sorry if they don’t watch where they walk!
“Growth inside fuels growth outside.” John C. Maxwell
Couldn’t resist another shot at this theme. I saw this beautiful coleus the other day at Tower Hill Botanical Garden.