The colours in the water and lichens on the rocks were lovely.
We had lunch at Nepenthe.
Nepenthe (Ancient Greek: Νηπενθές), is a medicine for sorrow, literally, an anti-depressant – a "drug of forgetfulness" mentioned in ancient Greek literature and Greek mythology, depicted as originating in Egypt.
It is indeed a place to forget one's sorrows. Opened in 1949 by Lolly and Bill Fassett (relatives of Kaffe Fassett the knitting/quilting/embroidery designer), Nepenthe's setting is gorgeous. Most of the year patrons can sit outside on the sunny sheltered deck area and share their lunch with the birds.