A lot of movement in the water. Beautiful photo. I wonder if we're going to have an early spring?
Yesterday afternoon, my sister, two of her granddaughters, a friend, and I spent more than an hour on the beach picking up seashells. There were quite a few people out there — some fishing, some shelling, some walking, and others just enjoying the fine weather. I now have a whole box full of nice shells and have to decide whether I can actually take them back to France.
Wash them and put them in a ziplock bag and pack it in with your underwear .
See tomorrow's post...
Glad that the shelling has been good. They are free souvenirs of your home place. Thanks for the fine photo of surf and birdie.
I'll be taking a lot of little shells back to Saint-Aignan.
It looks like it may be an early spring here. We've got daffodils up and not far from blooming! I hope we don't get a big freeze.We have no seashells, however!
I saw a tree in full bloom today. Not sure what kind of tree it was, but it was covered in big white flowers.
Ahhh, a little retired citizen at the beach lolThe waves look good, is the water rough from storms out at sea or is this typical ?
The day I took those photos it was quite windy. That makes the water rough.
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