Sunday, February 12, 2017

Mount Street Beach

This snow storm we waited and visited the beach the day after the snow.
Going there during the last snow was not at all what I had imagined.
The day after the sun was out, the sky was blue and the entire experience was amazing.
I love the beach and no matter how cold it is, it never feels cold...
and it always feels like home. 
Mount Street Beach, my sister's beach - she loves it here - so Kathy, this one's for you!




Searching for glass, unaware that his picture was being taken.

Dinner...





There were wet pants, wet boots and wet feet. 
Sea glass and shells...big smiles and runny noses.
- stay tuned -
I'll share more tomorrow, and I'll show you all the sea glass we found!

27 comments:

  1. Nice collection with a decent sky. Although some people don't like just blue and no clouds, I don't mind. The penultimate photo is the winner though with an interesting foreground and good use of thirds vertically.

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  2. Very pretty! And deserted! Love the icicles!

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    1. yes!! i did not say that but we were the only ones there!!!

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  3. I would love to live in a room in one of those houses. I am so lonesome for the ocean!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    I saw a little white piece of sea glass. ;-)

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    1. that was ice - it made things tricky!!!!

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  4. Love these pictures! Few are at the beach with snow and ice.

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  5. You took such lovely pictures of the beach and the blue sky. I like your hobby of collecting sea glass.

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  6. Your photos always blow me away. I'd love to be there, cold or not. Just beautiful!

    xoxo

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  7. So beautiful Debbie! The ocean is such a deep blue, the sand so mellow brown and the sky so magnificent. Thank you for sharing, I love my trips courtesy of your camera lens. Have a wonderful Sunday!

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  8. Tolle Bilder vom Strand und vom Meer. Schön der
    blaue Himmel auch wenn es kalt ist.

    Noke

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  9. This makes me wish I lived near a beach! Even in the winter, it would be nice to take a stroll...especially if it was as warm as it's been here this winter...a bearable 50-60 degrees most days! Or at the very least, I'd love to be able to take a 15-minute drive and have dinner at a restaurant with a view. But my dad and stepmom live in Ft. Walton Beach and she says they rarely take the short drive to the beachside restaurants there, so I have a feeling people who live near the beach don't go as often as I imagine they do!

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  10. There is nothing more wonderful than an east coast beach, at any time of the year. Beautiful photographs, Debbie!
    xo.

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  11. It looks so pretty. What pretty sunshine. It looks like an amazing day.

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  12. Hello, I love the deserted beaches. Pretty reflections on the ocean. Lovely images. Have a happy day and new week ahead!

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  13. Fabulous.
    I would have loved a walk along that beach ...

    All the best Jan

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  14. What a beautiful day! I would love a walk on that beach.

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  15. I loved to see all your shots. They are amazing. Reflection of the sun in water looks amazing:)

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  16. So lovely how the sun glistens off the water - I'll never tire of that. Love the icicles coming off the fence. Beaut shells too :D)

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  17. Love the deep blues, just beautiful, that picture of the icicles is so cool too. Glad you were able to get out and enjoy the beach!

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  18. Awe yes, such a lovely storm! The remains, outstanding!

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  19. Oh Debbie,these are so lovely. I really liked the one of your dear hubby; it's a sweet one. You manage to always get some great reflections. Loved the touches of winter in these, also. Big hugs!

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