This week’s A Word a Week Challenge: Roof came during our annual week at the beach. We stay at Pawleys Island, South Carolina, in a house one row off the beach, but we have a good vantage point from the widow’s walk on our roof. My husband and I spend the “golden hours” (as I’ve learned to call them from the WordPress challenges up on that roof) so I’m sharing a couple of pictures from my little bird’s nest “up top.”
If I’m there at sunrise, this is the view I get from that widow’s walk. I look beyond two rooflines toward the ocean at daybreak to jumpstart my day.
When I look back, I see another widow’s walk with an owl decoy standing proudly to guard his “estate” at Pawleys, the oldest seashore resort in America.
And if I direct my attention to the marsh, I look at the roofs of the porches on the docks stretching into the creek.