Something vagely inspirational. Possibly.
A rocky coastline at first appears bleak and dull. A stormy sky broods overhead and waves crash against the shore, scattering white drops of spray into the air. Even the rocks themselves are coloured by seaweed and the fresh scent of the sea is on the air. Behind, majestic cliff faces stare out at the open sea and beyond them birds turn in the sky. On the clifftops, small plants struggle against the elements.The scene that at first seemed so lifeless is vibrent with life and colour.
Come, stand for a while at the waters edge, feel the wind in your face, listen to the music in the air, feel your soul extend to the distant horizon where the waters are a deeper blue.
Who knows what lies beyond the horizon, ships, island or continents. The world is at your doorstep, so go out and look around. Or just stay infront of your computer. Whatever.
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