Thursday, November 11, 2010

Playing on the beach....

A Mother and her babies.  St. Pete Beach, Florida
.........Two of the babies playing and taking a bath
Going solo....

To myself I am only a child playing 
on the beach, while vast oceans 
of truth lie undiscovered before me. 
Isaac Newton




13 comments:

NanaDiana said...

What perfect photos to go with that bit by Isaac Newton! I absolutely adore that first shot. Hugs to you-ya old beach bum!!>) - Diana

Donna said...

What great photos! I love the sweet little babies. I am happiest when I'm at the ocean. I can almost hear the waves now:)

Heaven's Walk - said...

Mmmmmmmm! Can you just hear those birds calling over the ocean waves.....?? Beautiful post, friend! :)

xoxo laurie

Linda said...

Sweet photos...thanks for sharing!

Blooming Rose Musings said...

Wonderful photos. I can almost smell the salt water and hear the waves and the birds calling.
And, a wonderful quote. Thank you for a beautiful and calming post. Beautiful.

pam @ iLoveShelling said...

Search and discover treasures from the oceans. That's what keeps me going. Beautiful post, Debbie!

Shellbelle said...

One of my most favorite things is rising in the early morn and walking the beach with the birds. The Egrets and Herons north of St. Pete have become used to the human traffic and will let you stroll right alongside of the them. Such a peaceful feeling. Your photos are wonderful, I love the babies playing with mom close by to watch over and protect them.

Debbie said...

What a soothing post. I could almost hear the waves, and the call of gulls.
Thank you for sharing this today.
Debbie@houseatthelake

Flotsam Friends said...

What a great post Debbie. I'm feeling relaxed already. Pruxxx

Cat & Cricket said...

Again.. love your post and great quotes!

A Garden of Threads said...

Company is always better then solo, enjoy your weekend.

Cindy Adkins said...

Aww, what precious pictures--I love them!
I miss the beach!
XO

Drawn to The Sea said...

Oh that beautiful, beautiful light... like Isaac, I see myself as a child on the beach too. I'm guessing most of us do.