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These photographs truly capture the feeling of summer at the beach! Even the lunch!Re: your comment on my book post... I am absolutely loving Behind the Scenes at the Museum. Such a great writer she is. And yes, you should try to finish Jonathan Strange, although I realize it might be too "strange" for some tastes, I really got caught up in it.Have a wonderful Monday and hugs to Buster!
Very nice Red White and Blue Post Elizabeth! Excellent!But that other site the Cr Photos site....... truly, I'm still beside myself in disbelief and happy wonder!You D best!Love,Constance
MMMM sand in a hot dog, wouldn't be summer without it! Glad the weather has shaped up for you finally. We sent the underpants today- first class parcel post so who knows when it may arrive! fingers crossed.
Summer??? Beach??? Good to know it's happening somewhere!
the third photo looks out of a book! wonderful :)
it was such a fun watching them play in the beach!
Sand and waves and red white and blue. Thanks for the fun photos!
The children have a timeless appearance, Elizabeth. Weren't the clouds this weekend phenomenal? Thank goodness for some days withnout rain!
Yes indeed...summer at last. It is great to see the sun again.Such fun to see children enjoy the beach. Great post.
Ahhhh the beach! The photographs of the kids are wonderful - such a perfect summer scene.
We felt a sense of solidarity recently with your excellent cloud and storm shots. Can you help us maintain the feeling of unity by sending some of that sunshine 630 miles north?
Your second shot is stunning! It could be a painting. Love it. And I love-love ketchup, too. I could eat it on anything.
Lovely, familiar looking sight for sore eyes currently blocked from posting! What vision Robert Moses had and, I suppose, money. Great shots!
oooooo...i want to go!!! is that where you went with your daughter yesterday!? lucky lady!
Those fries and that hot dog sure looks good. Yum! Lucky kids at the beach.Paz
Oh so beautiful!These are the things I miss here,no beach near enough. The Atlantic so far far away.
all wonderful shots!!love the thinking girl
What a wonderful ode to summer!
Summer!Fries in a cup!Waikiki salutes her sister beach:Aloha-Comfort Spiral
Something about the red,white and blue in the last shot makes me think of France more than the U.S.A. But then, I'd usually rather thank about France than the U.S.A.
woo..the start of summer and the fun begins :P
Oh, I do like to be beside the seaside!What could be nicer?
What fun...these really capture the charm and delight of a summer's day at the beach, Elizabeth! Happy Day ((HUGS))
Perhaps you should have saved this one for the 4th! Such crisp colours. There is no point to heat if you don't have an ocean, I'm thinking.I really loved the splashes of red, E.
I look forward to hearing from you!