Treasures

DSCN5085_edited-1Being retired means you can go to the beach with a friend and notice treasures left by the waves.

 

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  1. perfect stocking stuffer
    for a muscle 🙂

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    1. 😉 quite a gem

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  2. Nice photo. Being retired also means you don’t have to give a $#!& about that $#!& you used to have to pretend to give a $#!& about. Oh yeah! 🙂

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    1. Thanks David.
      Yes, that’s the best part of retirement, isn’t it!

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  3. Your little camera does an awesome job. My macro doesn’t come close. I just noticed that sweet little curve of sand the water carved. Nature is so beautiful!

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    1. I didn’t see the curve when I took that shot, so it was a bonus when I finally looked at the photo. Yes, the little Nikon Coolpix L830 has been a very pleasant surprise. I recall those last days on our Spain vacation, when I couldn’t bear the thought of lugging around the heavy camera & lenses. The baby camera was quite a blessing.

      I want to see your photos from Crystal Cove! Bring ’em on!

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      1. Some of the rock formations came out well and one or two birds, but quite a few ended up in the trash. Too much paparazzi! 😉

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  4. It takes a good eye to pick out treasures like these. AND it’s a lot of fun capturing them. Great shot!
    Merry Christmas!

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    1. Thank you Gunta. Merry Christmas to you also.

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  5. Envious of the being retired and looking for seashells rather than at a computer monitor!

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    1. Oops, sorry Sue. Didn’t mean to be unkind!

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      1. haha! Not unkind, lucky!!

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