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81 – Passageways *

Another collaboration with Frank, do visit and read his thoughts on the passageways of life.

Beach Walk Reflections: Thoughts from thinking while walking

Special thanks to Fraggle for providing the photos. Fraggle is in the UK and I encourage readers to visit her photography blogFraggle: Rocking a camera across the universe. Please tell her I sent you and feel free to comment on her images here. All images are copyrighted by Fraggle and Fragglerocking Photo Blog.



Click the video above for 2 minutes of background waves while reading.

I like to walk on the beach. It is good for the mind, body, and soul – and refreshing on my feet.

I’m looking at the water that seems endless. I know what I see is only a tiny fraction of this water because I only see the surface – and to think all this water, including the water below, is only a drop of the world’s water. But this water can lead anyone to many places.

Today I’m thinking about passageways –…

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32 comments on “81 – Passageways *

  1. Not enough Lord Vincent in those photos, if you ask me.

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    1. He’ll be back.

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      1. Phew. Close shave.

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  2. beetleypete says:

    Left a comment there, FR. 🙂
    Best wishes, Pete.

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    1. Cheers Pete 🙂

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    2. Thank you, Pete. I will be answering soon.

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  3. Thank you, Fraggle … and I welcome readers here to stop by.

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  4. Another wonderful collaboration Fraggle. I also left a comment on Frank’s post. I especially loved the that first photo of the stairs. The black &white gave me the shivers.

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    1. Yes that was one of the Auschwitz passageways, thanks Kim.

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      1. I guessed as much. It’s quite haunting.

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  5. These photos are beautiful! This is a fantastic collaboration. Thank you for sharing!!!

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  6. You’ll be glad to know I only clicked the link for the pictures, no reading this time. Great work. 😉

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    1. Don’t tell Frank that! You are allowed to read it 🙂

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      1. Thanks for the pass. 😛

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  7. Don Ostertag says:

    Wonderful! Proves to all those naysayers that the U S and U K can work together and create true beauty.

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    1. Thanks Don, I ❤️ USA! Wish I could travel all over it!

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  8. Liked and followed over at Franks place. Well composed images, go well with his text.

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  9. Always fun to collaborate with Frank. And yes, your images are excellent.

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  10. enmanscamera says:

    Your collaboration is great. well done

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  11. Michelle GD says:

    A collaboration…excellent! I just had a read and enjoyed your photos!

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    1. Thanks Michelle 😘

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  12. Jennie says:

    I love this!

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      1. Jennie says:

        You’re welcome, FR.

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