Shades of Blue: Part 4

I’ve got a photo filled post for you this week as we continue my June walks through town and along the beach.  You get to see my mother’s day flowers blooming by our backdoor, views from the marina, an accidental shot of beach sand when I was trying to put my phone away and if you look closely at the left side of the last photo above there’s a quiet seagull waiting patiently for dinner.

 

We’re lucky here to have not one but three public beaches with plenty of room to explore and the hardy summer roses are a must see for me at each stop.  We slowed down to see a tiny crab, found our place on the map and were surprised by a big boulder with a perfect peep-hole to the water. We sit by this spot all the time but this is the first day I’ve noticed the opening…

If you’re new to this series and wonder why these photos are all shot in Hipstamatic or why I call them Shades of Blue my first Blue post explains it all.  I haven’t decided how long the series will last but I have plenty of photos for a few more weeks at least so I hope you’re enjoying them. 🙂

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11 thoughts on “Shades of Blue: Part 4

  1. Love the blues, Lisa. I must have missed the first ones while on vacation and catching up, but I’m glad I saw these, even though I’m catching up for today. 🙂 Have a wonderful week.

    janet

  2. Nancy Morris

    You sure live in a beautiful place Lisa! I really enjoy seeing your pictures along with your comments. Thanks for sharing!

    1. You’re welcome, Nancy but I really need to be thanking you for your visits! I hope all is well and give that adorable grandbaby a hug from me. 🙂

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