Wow on all of them! But I particularly like the sky in the first and third ones--such unusual colors!I also see my favorite dog--tell her hi from Aunt Beth!In the last pic, the sand looks like snow. If you didn't have it in this series and folks didn't know you live in FL, it'd be easy to think it WAS snow. Cool shot.I love how you make darkness comforting. Maybe it's that you always have a bit of light shining through somewhere! ;>)
Oh, wow! Where are you?
What a great looking cottage, from what I can see. It looks rustic. Is it or is it just the shadows that make it look that way? I love rustic anythings! How lucky you are. You really ARE in paradise.
Marvelous...Regards from France,Pierrehttp://pierre-boyer.blogspot.com/
Beautiful! A real paradise! I love the light)
Those photos are stunning, and to know that it's only a shadow of what we will one day see is a wonder, isn't it? I've been sending prayers your way for healing and rest. May God just pour everything that is good over you. Love you, friend.
I totally agree. It looks lovely and peaceful.
Beautiful photos, Leslie, and Lady is such a darling dog.Glad you are having a good time at the beach. It sure is beautiful, and I hope it's making you feel better.Luv — KKay, Alberta, CanadaAn Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel
You are a very talented photographer. I love looking at the wonderful photos on your blog!America has such diverse scenery! We've got rolling hills covered with grasses, weeds and blackeyed susans among other things and wooded areas around here and then farm fields.I love the ocean but I'd miss this area too, if we ever moved away.
Paradise... oh, yes! I often feel that when I'm anywhere near water, it's a taste of Paradise. :o) Thanks for taking us, Leslie... ((HUGS))
Hello, dear friend! Sorry for the late response(I was sick therefore no I could visit).Thank you for stopping by! I really do appreciate your taking the time to leave a comment...I read each and everyone of them. I hope your day is a good one and that you will come back again soon. Take care.Greetings from Rio de Janeiro/Brasil! Nelson Souzza :)
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