Sunday, March 27, 2011

Watching the sunrise on the beach

Someone asked me this week what we do for fun
and I told him the three most frequent things on our list of leisure activities:

beach; beach; beach.

He asked me then if we ever get tired of it

and although there are days when I long for colder climates

and different landscapes

I think I can safely say

that I never tire of the beach.

And these pictures from our weekend

I think shows that.


Kathleen said...

SO pretty! I do not think I would grow tired of it either. lucky to live so close.

kathleen xx

beth said...

i never tire of it either....oh the beach and i are wonderful friends.

i wonder if it would get tired of me if i lived there year round......

would i ever miss the cold weather or the snow...i think not....

Jennifer Richardson said...

oh beautiful watery beaches!
Thanks for sharing with
my green-soaked eyes
(whenever I return from the shore
I feel like I'm diving into so
much green!)
My eyes enjoy the aquas and pinks
and the moods of the sea.

Leenie said...

Your beach is glorious! You are so, so fortunate to live in a place most people pay big bucks just to visit for a week. Thanks so much for a virtual toes-in-the-sand visit!!!

RNSANE said...

I have never really been one to bask in sun ( how did I ever get this darn skin cancer on the my nose? ) but I turn to the ocean for my healing, serenity, and adventure, as well.

sarah said...

Beautiful photos, as always :-)

Claudie said...

Allways so nice pictures !
Good free moments with family.
Does Hero also begin to take pics as his mother and sister ?

PaperPumpkin said...

Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm. I would not tire of the beach either, I believe. I don't think I'd ever miss this cold and snow. Thank oyu for sending me warm sunshine and sand today, my friend. I needed this.

Katy Noelle said...

Oh, how I miss, miss, miss the ocean!!! I grew up on the Pacific but have lived three hours from the Atlantic for 17 years, now. I miss the beach, I miss the salt air, I miss the mist, I miss the seagulls, I miss sailing, I miss the sound of the waves and the constant wind and the sun and the brightness and the fog and just that indescribable feel. I'll take the photos that you throw out at us ;) with gratitude.

Hugs and kiss for it!


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