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We had blue skies and sunshine for a while this morning, only lasted a couple of hours but it was enough for me to get to the coast and hunt for some sea~glass and take some pictures. At last!

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The colour of the sky was reflected in the sea, it was a gorgeous blue today, I haven’t  tweaked that in photoshop!

This is the Harbour, at Littlehaven Beach, I come here a few times, but this is the first time I’ve seen the tide so far out, and it left behind some treasures!

giant guitar??

giant guitar??

dragons bones

dragons bones

crab, not alive :/

crab, not alive :/

heart of stone

heart of stone

These are all the treasures I brought home,

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and this is my shadow shot, one of the Weebles behind the dunes.

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7 comments on “Day 188~366

  1. beetleypete says:

    We had a sunny day here too, so nice to see you got it further up.
    I haven’t been back to South Shields since the early 1970s, and that was during March, so it was raining. Nice to see it on a sunny day for once.
    Good shots, and a shadow too.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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    1. Thanks Pete, glad you had it too, though we are back to normal now, grey and rainy. Will it never end?? :/

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  2. Francis.R. says:

    Plenty of nice blues, fragglerocking. Thank you. : )

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  3. Jay says:

    You’re a fine collector as well as photographer, madame.

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    1. cheers Jay 🙂

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  4. fruitfuldark says:

    Somewhat haunting image. Stops me to ask “What is it?” For me, that is a sign of good art!

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