Race you to the Beach!
This is lovely and joyful; gives me a feeling of delight 🙂 I love arting with paint and nature too!
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I’m thrilled to know that this little being delights you Rose. 😀
Perfect name for this photo. Love it!! ❤
Thank you Melissa.
This made me smile – thanks!
That’s so good to know Sheila. 😀
Love this! You have such a flair.
Thank you Laurie! 🙂
You are having a lot of fun with these beach sculptures.
Yes indeed! 🙂
I love this Daffy! 🙂
Oh I LOVE this! ❤ You've captured movement and joy in seashells! (I love seashells, too.) 🙂
So glad Sarah, it was fun to make.
you have inspired me to try some shell art when I go to the beach next. I just love this lady and the way you have managed to get motion as well as emotion into it:-)
Your comment has me dancing for joy MM!
Wouldn’t that be sight to behold, and wouldn’t I just love to do it!
You never know! it might happen! 😉
Ha! This is such fun! You really have quite the eye!
Thank you Kerry, fun in the sun! xx
Your shell compositions are fantastic. This one is so cheerful. Love it.
So pleased Lisa. 🙂
She makes me smile, you have got that glorious moment when as a child you see the sea and race down the beach, parents shouting behind you to be careful, and not having a care in the world. My brother frequently kept running straight into the sea. Master H has the same gene. Standing joke in the family to take H spare clothes having had to go to town to buy new togs after a charge into the sea several times! Oh to be little again. I still shout sea every time we go to Scarborough and round the bend where it hoves into sight. P and I always liked to be the first to see the sea.
Oh Cathy, I am thrilled by your comment – that is EXACTLY what I was aiming for, and right now, in my mind’s eye , you and I have tossed aside our shoes and we are racing to the water’s edge, last one in’s a turnip! Wheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!!!!!!!! Splash!
Glad you like her Dorris.
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