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March 19, 2010


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sandi @ the whistlestop cafe

Without a doubt.
That is a Friday Favorite!


This is the perfect favorite thing for me. I, too, love to be at the beach. I love to be at or near a beach more than anywhere else. Can't believe I've now lived in the Midwest for almost 30 years -- it's crazy! Anyway; ahem. Your photos are wonderful.


Next time I'm in La Jolla I'll send you some photos from our beautiful beaches! Great photos... one of my favorite things in the world to do is camminare sulla spiaggia!


facciamo una passeggiata ? ;-)) belle foto!


Oh, yes... {big sigh}... those are definite favorites... wish I were there right now. =)

Simona Carini

Glad you agree with my choice, Sandi.

Thanks, Lisa. I did the reverse: I lived the first 30 years of my life far from the coast.

Ciao Jeremy. I have actually never been to La Jolla. I'm looking forward to seeing your photos of its beaches.

Ciao Astro. Magari ti faccio venire voglia di tornare da queste parti ;-)

Hi Tanna. Glad you like the photos.


la voglia di tornare?....non manca mai ^_____^


lovely! if i lived near the beach, i'd walk the beach, too. ;-)


Simona Carini

Allora magari ci vediamo da queste parti, Astro.

It's difficult to resist the attraction a beach exerts, Paz.


Wonderful collection of photos, Simona. I love the ocean, any moving water, actually, but the sea has the power to make everything feel tranquil and connected, no matter how it may be raging. If I lived near a beach, I would visit in all kinds of weather, too.

Simona Carini

Thanks Susan. One of the fascinating aspects of the ocean is its being always different, in terms of color and shape of the waves.

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