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Friday, August 26, 2011

lot of Friday


Thank you and god bless

14 comments:

Nelieta said...

Nice one Roy!

My moment: http://nelietatravellingadventures.blogspot.com/2011/08/moment-in-time_25.html

Jessica said...

I love the beach! This reminds me of our vacation my family and I took to Cape Cod this year. We were watching the seagulls fly up in the air and drop crabs and then swoop down to eat them. My seven year old daughter got angry (she loves crabs!) and would run after the seagulls when they tried to grab one. I tried to explain to her the "circle of life" and all that, but she wouldn't listen! :)


My moment: http://ascendingthehills.blogspot.com/2011/08/this-moment-friday-tradition_26.html

Anna said...

I love it Roy! It is so peaceful and quiet...I can hear the ocean. Wonderful moment :)

http://othersideofanna5.blogspot.com/2011/08/this-moment_26.html#more

Anna L. Walls said...

We miss you. Get better soon.

JP Brandano Photography said...

Hi Roy, I hope your doing well!!! Love the images birds and the beach, what is not to love!!!!!!



http://jpweddingphotograpy.blogspot.com/2011/08/photographing-candid-childrens-photos.html

Rimly said...

A nice and peaceful moment


http://rimlybezbaruah.blogspot.com/2011/08/prometheus-bound-or-mankind-bound.html

Bongo said...

heaven...As always...XOXOXO

http://bongoisme.blogspot.com/2011/08/this-moment_26.html#axzz1W4avrP2X

Alpana Jaiswal said...

Missing it...feeling nostalgic.

Martha J. M. Orlando said...

So calm and soothing . . . loved the photo, Roy!

Jim said...

Glad to see you back on deck Roy!
Name the birds...are they ibis?
http://holesinmysoles.blogspot.com/2011/08/this-moment-friday-26th-aug.html

Jan said...

Fabulous, I love birds and water a perfect post for me!!!<3, hope you recover well.

Roy Durham said...

First of this is not a beach per say. Well it is part of the shore of Great Salt Lake. The picture was taken at the Bear River bird refuge north east side of the Great Salt Lake. The water you see in the picture is what is left after they drained the marsh for the summer. The black birds in the photo are curlews and the lone white and brown is a sand piper. They will be flooding the marsh land in a few weeks for the bird that winter here. The water is drained to abate mosquito's in late spring.

Sea Green Natural said...

Wonderful shot of the birds!

sulekkha said...

A beautiful moment captured on camera, Roy.

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