There are a number of photographers I admire who have specialized in photographs of the ocean and seashore. Many others have ocean and seaside portfolios as well, but two of my favorites are Nana Sousa Dias, from Portugal, and Chip Hooper from California. Their work does not duplicate each other's imagery, but does help one to recognize the enormity of the subject and how infinitely varied it can be. As my life now is so proximate to the Atlantic Ocean, I'm finding it irresistible to drive there before dawn, and photograph whatever I see that isn't too much like what I saw yesterday. And that newness is easy to experience. I'm looking forward to eventual fog, wildly compelling clouds, big surf and glistening sand, and that will come in time. Meanwhile, the jetty at Vilano Beach has been interesting at both low and high tide. The sea was wind driven and churning and it was an exciting place to be!