mood shifting sound waves mood shifting sound waves music of the ocean transforms a dull mindset rain splits into rainbows salt water floating troubles swiftly disappear with the summer heat chill out zoning ocean water on hot sand bbq sizzle Share this:GoogleMoreEmailPrintFacebookTwitterRedditLinkedInLike this:Like Loading... 21 thoughts on “mood shifting sound waves” Add yours There is nothing like the sights and sounds of the ocean to remove even the strongest stress…..love the photo too. Reply Thanks Charles – yes, if you stay long enough on the beach you become almost hypnotised by the sounds and sight of the water (as long as there aren’t too many humans around 😉 ) Reply Sounds like a soothing Summer. Enjoy. Reply I will Martin 🙂 Reply Soothing, calming photo, Gabrielle. What a lovely day, I could just run and jump into your sound waves, lol! Reply haha – thanks adeeyoyo 😉 Reply This has the rhythm of waves – makes me want to head off to the beach (but we’re not having such wonderful weather down here) Reply We just had the one day of sunshine (today it’s raining again) so had a lovely swim in the morning when the tide was high 🙂 Reply The photo is splendiferous. It is so true that the sea soothes stress away. I love the image of the rain splitting into rainbows. That is perfect. I must go down to the sea again…. Reply It is an interesting photo Selma which I took about a year ago – the cloud like look above the water is actually the smoke from a bushfire over at Fraser Island (which is just across the way from us – but you can’t see the land because it is too far away over Hervey Bay) 😉 – smoke is great for photos. Go for a swim Selma 🙂 Reply that photo Gabe… I could just dive into it. And the words… they roll like waves. Reply thanks Graham – the poem actually started because of that video of the Charge Group (run) that you posted – the first stanza was to be about music changing moods but then I changed it to the ocean to fit in with the other two (and because I was listening to all the sounds on the beach – the sizzle of the waves meeting the sand etc.,). I bought their album on itunes – love it – thanks again for the intro! 🙂 Reply great feeling to these haiku, Gabe, now if Sydney would just warm up! Reply thanks Mark – the weather is psycho at the moment (I had a jumper on last night and was swimming the day before!) Reply I’m on my way for the bbq! Reply I’m heating it up right now Benedicte – haha Reply What a serene meditation. Reply Thanks Aletha 🙂 Reply Pingback: Once Walked Alone Out Early One Day « Mark William Jackson very expressive and powerful capture of imagin. thx to share with with us hugs Reply Hello! Thanks for stopping by odysseus and commenting. Glad you like 🙂 Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Twitter account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Facebook account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Google+ account. ( Log Out / Change ) Cancel Connecting to %s Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email.