Love the photos... makes my heart long for the ocean again. Nothing like it, is there? So calming and cleansing. But why, oh why, have I never found a piece of red coral like that? Hmmmm? I'm so jealous.
I would love to live somewhere that allows for sandals in January! I could go out in mine and "wade" through the snow piles, but I think my feet would be a nice shade of blue once I came inside.
love this. thank you.
Wunderschöne Bilder! Ich liebe es auch, stundenlang am Strand nach Motiven zu schauen.Liebe Grüsse, Brigitte
Awesome pics! Makes me smile!
very nice pictures. made me smile.
Alisa, your pictures are awesome... always! Thanks a lot for sharing!Hugs Anna
Great photos of my favourite theme,the sea. I love the one of the white shell with the red seaweed. It looks as if it is embroidered. AriadnefromGreece!
you are so blessed to live in such a beautiful place, with so much inspiration so close at hand. As I look out of the window, it is cold and everything looks sad and dead from all the winter weather, roll on spring time.
Très très belles photos qui vous invitent et vous entraînent au-delà du rêve...Bisous
Wonderful colours and textures in the shells.
I love the quote from Pablo Picasso. I really like the clam with the purple in it. It always amazes me how much beauty is in nature if we just took the time to look.Thttp://ahousewifesorganizedchaos.blogspot.com/
Gorgeous! I've been inspired.
such awesome photos - loved staring at them - now am going to try and sketch them! Practice, practice, practice right??
I just love your beach photos!!! I'm in Chapel Hill, NC and we are waiting for a nasty snow & ice storm to start.Ugh! I'd much rather be at a beach - a warm one. You photos made me feel so much better on this gloomy day - thanks!
I grew up on a beach. Now I live in Pittsburgh, which I LOVE. However, I always miss the beach. *Sigh*
sea things make the most beautiful photographs. just lovely.
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