The Sea

Sharon Mau

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The Sea Photograph

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05/30/2013

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05/30/2013

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05/25/2013

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Brookline, MA - United States

Incredible beautiful Sharon! Happy Friday, Juergen

Hormigueros, PR - Puerto Rico

What a wonderful capture!!!

Carrollton, MO - United States

Such a wonderful shot.... really like the water motion... V/F

Reno, NV - United States

Gorgeous ocean view Sharon, I do miss the water sometimes!...f/t/v

Sharon Mau replied:

. . ★ . . thank you Donna . I too love the ocean . it speaks to my heart and soothes my soul . thank you for your vote . I appreciate your kindness . . ★ . .

Padua, PD - Italy

Wow! Just WOW! :-) v,f

Sharon Mau replied:

. . ★ . . :: thank you Giada :: . . ★ . .

Mena, AR - United States

Such beauty! vf

Sharon Mau replied:

. . ★ . . :: thank you Nina :: . . ★ . .

Jupiter, FL - United States

Beautiful view captured, Sharon!

Sharon Mau replied:

. . . . ★ . . thank you so much Sabrina . . ★ . . . .

Poquoson, VA - United States

This is gorgeous Sharon!! Pulled me right in! v/f

Sharon Mau replied:

. . ★ . . thank you so much Lisa . . ★ . . http://fineartamerica.com/groups/dimensions.html

Brandon, FL - United States

Beautiful scene & perfect composition! v/f

Sharon Mau replied:

. . ★ . . Aloha April . . thank you . ★ . .

Wynnewood, PA - United States

Perfect capture of the breaking surf moment, beautiful composition, magnificent moody image! vf

Sharon Mau replied:

. . ★ . . mahalo Byron . . ★ . . http://fineartamerica.com/groups/hawaii.html

Maui, Ha - United States

The Sea Paako Beach Makena Maui Hawaii Copyright 2013 Sharon Mau - All Rights Reserved http://sharon-mau.artistwebsites.com

Maui, Ha - United States

The pull is so strong we will not believe the drawing tide is meant for us, I mean the gift, the sea, the place where all the rivers meet. Easy to forget, how the great receiving depth untamed by what we need needs only what will flow its way. Easy to feel so far away and the body so old it might not even stand the touch. But what would that be like feeling the tide rise out of the numbness inside toward the place to which we go washing over our worries of money, the illusion of being ahead, the grief of being behind, our limbs young rising from such a depth? What would that be like even in this century driving toward work with the others, moving down the roads among the thousands swimming upstream, as if growing toward arrival, feeling the currents of the great desire, carrying time toward tomorrow? Tomorrow seen today, for itself, the sea where all the rivers meet, unbound, unbroken for a thousand miles, the surface of a great silence, the movement of a moment left completely to itself, to find ourselves adrift, safe in our unknowing, our very own, our great tide, our great receiving, our wordless, fiery, unspoken, hardly remembered, gift of true longing - David Whyte

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