Sunday, December 28, 2008

Sunday Scenery

I snitched lifted copied borrowed the title of this post from my favorite Tarheel Rambler, Lee, who has been doing Sunday Scenery posts for quite some time now and has some of the most gorgeous pictures one could ever hope to see. I hope he doesn't mind but after giving some thought to what would work well for me on Sundays with my 16-hour shift and not wanting to be tied to the computer all day on Saturday, a Sunday photo post just seemed like the best way to go. Besides, it gives me a good excuse to take more pictures!

The pictures for this post come courtesy of a quick stop by Misquamicut State Beach in Westerly, Rhode Island that Jamie and I made before I dropped her off to spend the night at her brother's house on Saturday. It was pretty overcast and gray but I wanted to take a peek at the ocean while I was over that way and of course I had taken my camera with me just in case there was the opportunity for a picture or two. Apparently there was!

Hope you enjoyed this Sunday's trip to the beach - I'll have to see if I can find some interesting scenery to share with you for next Sunday! I'm pretty sure none of the pictures will have anything to do with auto insurance but you never know!

20 comments:

  1. hubby says that's for all those fools who advertise they like long walks on the beach!

    probably is freezing!!

    :-)

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  2. My parents took many vacations at Cape Cod, a few weeks every summer and a week every winter for as long as I can remember. They miss the Cape a lot.

    My turn to ask a question... How did you get the Polaroid frame?

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  3. Linda, you are more than welcome to use the Sunday Scenery theme for your Sunday posts. I truly believe that the most sincere form of flattery is imitation. In fact, I would be thrilled if others picked up the idea and posted Sunday Scenery on their own blogs. I would be thrilled if they would then leave a comment over on Tarheel Ramblings on my Sunday Scenery post so that I can check out their version of the theme.

    And by the way, I love the beach shots. You've got so very nice winter beach pictures. It would be interesting to go back in the other seasons and try to get pictures from the same angles and then do a collection to show the changes.

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  4. I think beaches are beautiful any time of year.

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  5. oh my gosh they are beautiful!!!

    smiles, bee
    xoxoxoxoxoxooxxo

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  6. I can see Jaime saying "Take the picture quickly, mom...I'm freezing!"

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  7. Your creative juices are flowing Miss Linda.

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  8. Great pictures once again... I sure would be surprised if you hadn't taken the camera with ya. Hope your Sunday flies by!

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  9. Awesome Linda. It's cold, but oh so beautiful. I so love anything water.

    Have a terrific Sunday. Big hug. :)

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  10. Lovely photos of the beach on a cold December day, Duchess Linda.

    My favorite is "Path to the Beach," not that you asked us to choose!

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  11. Very Nice Linda. Takes me back to a fun time... Where's a light house.. he he he he... I know? I hope your having a good time with Jamie. It's fun watching her and Amanda grow up. ")

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  12. I loved my trip to the beach with you Linda, thankyou. xx

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  13. Even a cold beach offers warmth on days like these. Thanks for the battery recharge...

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  14. Very nice pictoral vacation. Jamie is really looking lovely these days.

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  15. I am always umpressed. I finished the new header. I'll send it to you...

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  16. You have captured the essence of Misquamicut. In previous times, I only saw this RI beach area as food stands, bars and tacky motels. But, your views of this sandbar let me realize that the RI beaches are nice. It is, after all. 'The Ocean State', at least the license plates proclaim that...Hope Jamie doesn't feel too cold...

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  17. beautiful photos Linda!

    and I love the way you presented them too

    hope you get some rest this evening

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  18. I love "Path to the Beach," too. They're all good, tho.
    We honeymooned in Carmel and Monterey in December (1978) and I love the ocean in winter!
    ~~~Blessings~~~

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  19. There's a little something over at mine for you m'deario. xx

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  20. I'm seriously getting beach fever.....

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