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Sunday, January 31, 2010

Let's Play


a vibrant display of beach buckets and spades 
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Copyright 2010 Gena D Images for thinking aloud

17 comments:

Martha@Menagerie said...

What a warm, colorful shot for Color Carnival this week. I know I'm ready for some sunny beach weather, how about you? :-)

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Gena that's a great picture -- I can almost hear the kids' happy shouts. Actually I almost want to get down there and dig in the sand myself. Not quite warm enough over here in Oregon yet though; no matter how colorful the sand toy might be!

VP said...

Hey, here is cold, very cold! A very nice composition, thanks for the glimpse of a better season...

Carolyn Ford said...

Nice composition of fun in the sand! Someone must have a very nice time playing in the sand with those nice and colorful toys!

Coffeedoff said...

Great colour photo!

SmilingSally said...

I spotted a tiny touch of blue, Gina. Happy Blue Monday.

chubskulit said...

My kids love playing in the sand box or in the beach. Those toys are colorful!

Fun in Reading

LV said...

I will be glad when we can get out use all these little colored buckets again. A very cute showing for today.

Stephanie V said...

It would be so nice to play. Sigh. Such bright colors - it even feels hot.

Samantha White said...

great vibrant colors

Stine in Ontario said...

The look and colours of summer are wonderful!

Pie said...

Great shot! It's so much fun to play on the sand.


My Blue Monday.

Marice said...

nice :) so colorful! cant wait for the summer!

u may view mine here

Kristina said...

What a great photo! If that doesn't just scream "beach party" I don't know what does.

PlantSomeRoots@Lakewood said...

This made me feel warm all over. It's cold with snow here.
Cindy at Lakewood

Rinkly Rimes said...

Plastics may be pollutants, but they certainly make a wonderful beach show.

sunnymama said...

How fun! Someone's going to be building a lot of sandcastles. :)

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