Sunday, April 05, 2009

Some photos...

Sorry, everyone - it's been crazy busy here and blogging is the last thing on my mind right now. Here are some photos I took last weekend. My friend Claire was visiting with her lovely Irish wolfhound Wally. On Sunday morning we went down to nearby Georgia Beach (Wally loves the beach) - it was a gorgeous day, so my camera was busy:

Georgia Beach looking over to the Island
From Best of Georgia Beach - March 29, 2009

Splashing wave
From Best of Georgia Beach - March 29, 2009

Water, foam and stone
From Best of Georgia Beach - March 29, 2009

Beach art
From Best of Georgia Beach - March 29, 2009

Feathers on driftwood
From Best of Georgia Beach - March 29, 2009

Beach treasures
From Best of Georgia Beach - March 29, 2009

Wally watching the water
From Best of Georgia Beach - March 29, 2009

Sean with beach glass finds
From Best of Georgia Beach - March 29, 2009

Close-up of feathers on driftwood
From Best of Georgia Beach - March 29, 2009

Looking towards Howe Sound and the Coast Mountains
From Best of Georgia Beach - March 29, 2009


Teresa

Currently Reading: The Ghost Map by Steven Johnson

6 comments:

Rene said...

Those are beautiful, Teresa. Thanks for sharing.

Melissa Marsh said...

Looks like a beautiful day!

Cindy Procter-King said...

Beautiful, Teresa! Thanks for sharing.

Kelly Boyce said...

Great pixs. Irish Wolfhounds are my favorite dog!

Tess said...

Thanks everyone - glad you liked the photos. It's easy to take good pics at such a lovely location.

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