I went to the beach yesterday. I wanted to get there before sunrise to watch once again the moment that fireball-like sun, rises from the heart of the sea horizon.
Unlike always, the sea was calm and pleasant with no waves hitting the shore. The gentle breeze had made it possible for the water to move nicely before my eyes.
The sun finally rose from the horizon and I waited, as always, to watch it.
I saw a black sea bird riding on the waves. I zoomed in on my cellphone camera and photographed its beautiful flight as much as I could. It was probably a cormorant.
A little further on, when I was about to return, I noticed a red object among the rocks. At first, I thought it must be garbage or a half-eaten fruit thrown by tourists. A little further on, I knew it was a beautiful red stone.
I immediately recognized it as a piece of Carnelian agate.
I like to find semiprecious gemstones on the beach. It may be funny, but it gives you a sense of being a treasure hunter.
Nature always has new and different things to offer.
And without hesitation and any expectations, it gives us its unlimited beauties generously.