Anyway, Saturday afternoon we decided to go for a drive out past town and see what was out there, going towards Panama City. We went though Port St. Joe, Mexico Beach, Tyndall Air Force Base, and a place called Callaway, which is basically the outskirts of Panama City. We ended up stopping there for one of the best sirloin steaks I have ever put in my mouth, and a homemade bleu cheese salad dressing that made me tear up it was so divine.
On the way, the ocean was to our left the whole drive, and the ocean was seething with windswept fury. I started getting antsy, and trying to take pics through Jack's window as we drove, and he was nice enough to pull over and let me run down to the water and take pics.
Folks, it was FREEZING, the wind was blowing about 30 mph, and in less than 5 minutes my hands were so frozen it was all I could do to make my fingers grasp the camera. However, I felt ELECTRIFIED! The wind, the rolling ocean, the waves, the dark skies...I was in the middle of a vortex of volatile energy and I loved it! Jack had to literally grab me by the hand and start pulling me back to the truck before I collapsed of hypothermia lol...
I took a lot of pics, and they all look rather similar since they are of the breaking waves, but I want to share, as I still feel the tingle of the energy they captured when I took them. SO while they may look plain, they are a reminder of the awesomeness I felt touch me that day, the Mother having a good venting session...Enjoy!
So there are my ocean pics. It may not look like much, but it is a huge contrast to the normally gentle and calm waters of the area. Hope you liked them!