July 8, 2013

A seascape from Morito-coast (Hayama)



The silver rays of the declining sun are pouring down through rifts in the mottled clouds to softly illuminate the calm surface of the sea.

The dark silhouettes of rocks, a island and a peninsula are adorning the subtle beauty of this seascape of serenity.

Morito coast is located beside "Hayama-machi" in Miura District, Kanagawa Prefecture. This coastal area is situated at the northern end of Miura Peninsula and facing Sagami Bay on the Pacific Ocean. I often visit this tranquil coast to enjoy its peaceful and boundless scenery.

2 comments:

thingsthatactuallymatter said...

Just looking at the beautiful photo and reading your description took away all the cares of the day. I'm now peaceful and happy. Thank you for sharing glimpses of your beautiful country with such sensitivity.

kunihiko said...

Thank you again for your very kind comment, which is a great encouragement to me.

I am very glad to know you enjoyed my new photos of seascapes. I often visit this quiet Morito-coast to view its beautiful and calm seascape.

Hereafter, in addition to the scenes of the Zen gardens, I plan to keep posting the various photos of seascapes (especially those in the evening twilight) of Kamakura and its vicinity on this blog. I hope you will like them.