Just a Day at the Beach…

It’s been warming up (although we have frost warnings in our forecast again!), and it’s time to turn our thought to the lovely sounds of sand on surf, or the lapping of water against the side of the kayak.

I love the water, and challenged to think about beaches, here are a  few we’ve enjoyed…


“Who invited the pelicans?”  Near Stearns Wharf in Santa Barbara

goleta beach

Receding tide at Goleta Beach (suburban Santa Barbara), where we took our children regularly when they were little

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A lava beach on Oahu

surf on sand

Churning surf on Oahu’s North Shore


The pitter patter of little feet – Waikiki Beach


A stony island beach on the Delaware River

I just don’t think there can really be a bad day at the beach!


This post was in response to a challenge from Ailsa at WheresMyBackpack. This week’s Travel theme is Beaches. To see her challenge and how other bloggers have responded, click here!

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15 Responses to Just a Day at the Beach…

  1. Pingback: Travel theme / Wild Weekly Photo Challenge: Beach – Askew Beach Seaweed | Seas Reflecting Starlight

  2. so many great images, and then WOW the red of those kayaks was like a burst of energy! great post!


  3. adinparadise says:

    Love your beach pics, especially the last one. 🙂


  4. Before I got to the end of your post, I was thinking just that. Never a bad day at the beach. But it takes talent to take a good shot, even at the beach. Nice!


  5. Madhu says:

    Marvelous beach shots TRS! Love the last three 🙂


  6. lexiesnana says:

    Now I know why they say lifes a beach! I always thought they were swearing. Loved these.


  7. dadirri7 says:

    thanks for a tour to some beaches … even though i live so close to our beach i do love to see others, the stones look so rounded they would be lovely to walk on!


  8. I LOVE the beach too. I have a saying – “Life is short – I’m going to the beach”. Great photos!


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