"Seascapes" gives every coastal variability imaginable. Calmed by an early morning grey-green mist, the beach accepts waves softly lapping the edges of scattered boulders. Shorebirds flee the shorebreaking waves only to return in search of live remnants. The sun aches through fog laden treetops, burning away the moist covering. A breeze stirs, thunder threatens, and as they build the gulls take flight and sing joyously as they whell and ride the head of the wind. The ocean, now transformed, sparkles the growing waves as they crash into rockes with increasing fury. Cascading waterfalls remain, gurgle, then withdraw with the wave, only to repeat. A distant wave breaks delectably to the ear. It is an incomparably precise beauty.