February 03, 2014

Monday Moment 1

So, big news...(drum roll)...

Obviously, the "Monday Moment" badge
is also one of Sarah's lovely photos.
Months after I first had the idea, The Beauty of Eclecticism is proud to roll out the work of our resident featured artist, amateur photographer Sarah Graybill-Greene, in a new weekly feature entitled "Monday Moment". Each Monday, a new exemplar of Sarah's work will appear, along with a brief explanation of the image given by the artist. Sarah is a very dear, long-standing friend of mine (we first met in my last year of JR. HIGH!), and I am honored that she has agreed to use my blog as a venue to showcase her extraordinary eye for composition and abilities in executing those visions.

Without further ado, I give you "Road and Waters Meet".

Here is Sarah's description of her beautiful photograph.
This is a picture of what they call the "Spit" in Homer, Alaska. It is a 4.5 mile-long piece of land jutting out into the Kachemak Bay, on the southern most tip of the Keni Peninsula. Hwy. 1 ends in the water there. According to Wikipedia, the Homer Spit road is the longest road into ocean waters in the entire world. When I was there it took 15 minutes to drive the length of it. It also is the home of 1500 fishing boats in the summer.

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