The Flash Of A Firefly In The Night

One of the less enjoyable times to live near the water is when storm season arrives. It's a mite early this year, but no one bothered to tell the hurricane that. Our old home has already been evacuated and we're waiting to hear if this one will be as well. These pictures though were clearly taken on a calmer day by the water. I don't think I'll ever cease to be charmed by the way light reflects off the water.

P.S. Please don't worry; the worst case scenario is really just damage to our house & belongings, and that's not really anything too upsetting. Hurricanes are predictable enough that no one should be physically hurt.

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19 comments:

  1. Great pictures Rebecca, I love the last one! It is so serene. Do you go there often to think?

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  2. Great pics, definitely sunset light is the best ;)

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  3. Lovely photos! I hope everything will be fine!

    Juliet xxx

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  4. gorgeous! and I hope you'll get to return to your house soon. be safe!

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  5. @Anonymous, yes, this spot is near my house & I really enjoy going there. :)

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  6. fingers crossed, hoping you're ok! beautiful dress & photos dear rebecca.

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  7. This light is incredible. Your beautiful pictures seem to take a whole other level when reading your last paragraph... I don't know, maybe I'm just getting a little wistful...
    Hope the storm doesn't cause any damage to your house and belongings. Fingers crossed for everyone threatened by the elements.

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  8. These are beautiful pictures. They remind me of a dream world. Good luck with the storm. Over here in NY everyone is preparing. Be safe and hope there's no damage anywhere.

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  9. i hope it all ends well for you and everyone else on the east coast!

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  10. beautiful! be safe during the hurricane, love

    xx
    lyndsey of hellolyndsey

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  11. My mother's had to evacuate as well (she's in Virginia Beach). Hopefully it will turn out as it always does- a few fallen branches and some flooded gutters, but nothing major! Be safe!

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  12. Good outlook on stormy weather:) It is just stuff we have to worry about. I put my car up in a garage and bought water and stuff. Ready for it to be done and over with though.

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  13. I was wondering about you. I'm from New England and not really used to hurricanes. I have no idea what to do about my ducks because they will NOT get out of the pond unless it dries up or freezes!

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  14. You're right, there is something magical about the way light reflects off the water. Beautiful shots! Glad to hear you are safe!

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  15. These are so beautiful, I love the mood of these photographs.

    Glad to hear that you guys are staying safe through the storm!

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  16. This is so cute ! <3

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  17. Rebecca, you and your dress are so lovely.

    I hope you are doing well after the storm and have found some dry land after the storm. Take care.

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  18. I know this dress is sold out in xs and small. I found one on Poshmark but a small. That's how I found you! I'm glad I did. You have such a cool look. And the photographs are incredible. Beautiful mood the dress, model, scenery. Its all perfect.

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