Beach Magic


Yesterday, April and I had a great day at the Fort Myers Beach!  While I was taking a dip in the ocean, I looked up at April and she looked as big as the buildings.  It reminded me of the movie that Darrel Hannah was in where she was a giant.  It also got me to thinking of how that applies to life and people–how everyone’s perspective is unique to them–shaped by events and people in their lives.

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While taking a walk along the beach (which is on my left), I thought this scene of houses and a bit of inlet water was quite pretty.

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On our walk, there were plenty of shells to examine and decide which ones were keepers.  Here’s April on the hunt…

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She found this nice spiral…

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I love how the water sparkles like diamonds when the sun hits it, so I asked April to make some magic….

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There is magic all around us if we open our eyes!

30 thoughts on “Beach Magic

  1. Back when I spent my honeymoon on Ft Myers beach it was free acess, no condos, and the beach was covered in shells…still beautiful ,though now most of the shells can be bought at the gift shop. Fabulous photos.

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  2. The photos today are truly inspired I love the first one and the ones with all the magic sparkles. Your assistant is very co-operative and does a mighty fine job.

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  4. It’s fun to read about you and your friend being at the beach and swimming in the sea, while I where I am is immersed in snow. Which is great, too, in a different way. Great pictures from Florida.

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