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Great shots.Sydney - City and Suburbs
how delightful! i am missing the beach!
Love the first photo, The water is so blue : )Everyday MelbourneEveryday ShotN...is..an..ARTEveryday Cat Visitor
Looks really peaceful and relaxing.(And it must be nice to have *warm* water)
I trust this was just a brief break - there's a Cabin to be built you know!
What a great perspective!!!My Wednesday post:COAST GUARD on duty
It certainly looks very inviting!
ooh, very relaxing!
Very fun shots.
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Lovely! Seems like you enjoyed a lot!Good day!
Not much that I could think of! Aren't you afraid of getting the camera wet?
Carolyn, I had to smile at this - I hope you were using a waterproof camera! Are you floating while your husband is hammering away on the cabin?
Looks cooling. We floated around a bit on the Skagit River here in Washington while visiting Mom. We picked three great days of warm (but not overly hot) sun for kayaking and river camping. Today it is overcast and wouldn't have been as nice. Just luck of the draw though. - Margy
Looks very inviting. Were you resting on the bottom of the ocean bc I can't figure out how you floated and took a picture? I am definitely not coordinated enuf for that.
The water does look inviting.
When you swim in salt water you can't help but float, no waterproof camera and no standing on the bottom!!There is a ten day silent yoga retreat going on here so there is no cabin building for 8 more days!Smiles
I like your different perspective on a common theme. I'm glad you did it, however, because I don't do cold water even for a good picture.
Wonderful shots! It is good to take breaks.
Fun photo of your contented toes! I would have been afraid to risk my camera in the water, but I do love the results.
Oh, I really miss the ocean right now...these photos are so fun! I did get to do this in our big, inland lake this summer. So glad you've had those lovely, sunny days.
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