Keystone Beach On a Winter Sunset | Whidbey Island | WA
Road Trip to Whidbey Island and stop by Keystone Beach to take some beautiful winter sunset photos, the weather system on Puget Sound created some stunning cloud movement and gave a sense of sadness and depression to the photos, I love the isolation and lonely feel of these dark and cold tone capture.
Instead of my normal describing of the photo, I am going to write it a bit different this time, just have some fun with it :)
Is there a fairy, living in the mountain far beyond? And if you ask her, how to live forever, would she tell you, to forfeit all your feeling and passion, to live ten thousand years, would you choose, to be barren of all humanity for eternity, or, choose to live a short life, and burn every inches of it, till the last drop.
When darkness come, like a huge web of dark blue, covering every corner of the land, what was left, is it only disappointment, desolate and destitute? No, however vast the dark is, light will pierce through. Hope, dream and future, under suppression, will get only stronger and purer, emitting the brightest shine, rupturing the obsidian, burn forevermore brilliantly.
A Lot of driftwood collected here as the current of Puget Sound take them from all over the region. This is a good place to find some very nice piece for art or carving project. These driftwood also serve a purpose to protect the shoreline from erosion. Nature always provides an answer.
Three worlds that seem so close yet so far, exist only in vision but not in reality.
Drifting to a strange shore, looking over the horizon, can you see where you are from? And where you will go? Is this your final resting place? Do you have anything left in you for one more ride? Come on, don’t rest too long, the unknown distance is calling.
Sunset color sneaking in under all the heavy cloud formation and adding hope and new beginning to the image, suddenly, everything is not as dark and everything will be ok.
Light is ahead, come on, move your leg, move forward, even if you have to drag, even if you have to craw, use both of your hand, holding on to whatever you can, pull forward, inch by inch, it maybe slow, the light maybe dim, but don’t give up now, push, push push.
When you are tired, don’t fight it, just stare into the deepest of the dark blue and close your eyes, let go, sink, rest.
As the heavy cloud formation covering up the sunset, the whole place was engulf by deep deep blue overcast, it was magical, it was dreamy, felt the whole world became colder just because of the saturation.
Night slowly creep in as I watch the sunlight being taken over by the blueish blanket, it’s an interesting feeling watching the transition from light to darkness directed by the unpredictable cloud formation.