Sounds and looks like quite the spotTo have fun a whole lotUnless an actual tsunami hitsThen it could be the pitsFirst firstWith my burst
What a lovely beach haiku ... beautiful photographs :-)
Nicely done Kaykuala ... beautiful pictures also. Thank you for sharing this series with Carpe Diem.
yikes..a tsunami does not sound like much fun at all...kinda scary actually....enjoy the beach though...i love the peace it brings me...
Beach is lovely as long as the tsunami never comes, still remember 2004. Very nice set of poetry :-)
Uncle Hank, listen to my version.Aaahhhh....the beachExpansive white sandEndless possibilitiesFor poo and peeHar har har *evil laughs*....sorry but to us, the beach is a super mega sized litterr box!
Lovely sunshine in your photos, Hank. We're enjoying our cruise through Europe but we haven't seen much sun. Fortunately, however, we haven't seen any rain.We're now in Vienna...Dick is out with all the other passengers, seeing the sights, and I'm warm and cozy in the ship's lounge with my computer AND a book to read. Plenty of coffee, tea, and nice nibbly things nearby. Dick will come back with lovely photos and I'll have them for my blog when we get home next week.But a beach would be nice!K
Hank, you had me all warm and cozy, mentally lying on a warm sandy beach in So. California... and then TSUNAMI!And that's exactly how they present themselves. No warning. Hope this has not been your personal experience.Thanks for being such a wonderful contributor to my posts. Many blessings for a nice trip. Amy