Foto Friday – 2.14.14

“Come with me, my-y love…to the Sea, the Sea of Love…”

That’s the jam right there! The Honeydrippers did that one. Honeydrippers? That sounds kinky, doesn’t it? Well, it is Valentine’s Day today so I suppose it’s appropriate to share some L-O-V-E, land or sea based. I think this image below is kind of synonymous with relationships. You’ll notice the battle scars on this sea lion couple right here (I’m assuming they are a couple. Could be relatives. Not sure if mating with your cousin is weird where they come from). They’ve probably been through some challenging times…fighting to survive, bickering over who’s turn it is to fetch dinner, getting jealous of their mate hanging out with another sea lion sporting a sexier coat, fighting over the male coming back late at night smelling like raw tuna (ok, that was gross. Sorry about that). But in the end, they both endure through the hard times and find peace knowing that they have one another and that being together is what truly makes them happy. Battle scars are a part of all relationships. The seas get rough at times, but you gotta ride the crests and survive the troughs the best you can, and if your mate is still by your side after the wave breaks and crashes ashore…well, then you know it was meant to be. If not, don’t worry. The Sea of Love is open year-round. πŸ™‚

Sea of Love

(Newport Beach, California)

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