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That’s a good reminder that our summer is not too far away.
Very nice composition.
First entry is up on the new blog. I’m no where near complete putting it together, but I do have a Ruby Tuesday up.
That is perfectly great sand for making castles. The pail and other molds are ready to be used in building a magnificent fortress that will last…until the next high tide!
Nobody is playing now since they have gone for a swim! (2 pair of shoes near the sea)
I hope the weather was not so hot when they were playing on the beach. The scorching sun these few days is cooking me. 😀
nice shot! the beach is so inviting… can’t wait for the summer!
Hi Nappy, oops, something is missing here! It seems she is shedding her clothes as she goes. You had better catch up with her fast! 🙂
Happy RT, this is a neat picture for RT with that little red bucket.
I must go to the beach again…it’s been awhile.
cool one for WW… It’s been a while, now I am back… hope you can visit mine too…
Simple but great. Fine angle.
The people must be soaking themselves in the water after doing the sandcastle eh? too hot….
Interesting photo. It was 30 degrees F here last night. I don’t think we will have beach weather for a long time.
The Beach…summer is here in the photo. Just came back from Florida, Now our weather is cold! Happy RT
Ah the seaside is not the saside without a sandcastle! Happy WW
Wonderful photo of a place I love deary … brings back memories ;–)
Hugs and blessings,
Fantastic! I love the space in this. And whose shoes are those ? Better pick ’em up before the tide comes in.
But I’m headed to the latest one… you were right.
Yes, it’s the shoes I noticed down by the water’s edge! I love that, Elaine! Happy Ruby Tuesday! 🙂
Wonderful angle! I love this ruby. Have a great day, Elaine 🙂
No man island. lol! It seem all the people leave hurriedly because they left some of their stuff behind.
Very inviting beach scene. Unusual, no people just things…great capture.
Very nicely composed and those forgotten beach toys are a lovely splash of color. Great photo!
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