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Treasure hunting for the crown’s jewels


The crown's jewels ©copyright2014owpp

The crown’s jewels
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To me, the sea, mountains & its creatures living on premises are the crown’s jewels & when we go out there, I like hunting with my loved ones bringing back a testimony to share with all of you the extraordinary every day miracles of a planet we tend to take for granted because we have it & see it on a daily basis.
I’ve got a collection of seventeen photos which I carefully selected including some of the every day occurrence to put you in the ambiance of the unusually sunny, windless shores two days ago!
I hope you’ll enjoy this post too 🙂

View at the end of stone-path   ©copyright2014owpp

View at the end of stone-path
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Focusing on the small but living... ©copyright2014owpp

Focusing on the small but living…
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More... ©copyright2014owpp

More…
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And even closer ©copyright2014owpp

And even closer
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Waves"playing"around the stones ©copyright2014owpp

Waves”playing”around the stones
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Body & texture... ©copyright2014owpp

Body & texture…
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Nearly caught by high tide :) ©copyright2014owpp

Nearly caught by high tide 🙂
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Other sea members finding a niche ©copyright2014owpp

Other sea members finding a niche
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Isn't that a comfortable home? ©copyright2014owpp

Isn’t that a comfortable home?
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Last shot of a perfect view before hitting the sand :) ©copyright2014owpp

Last shot of a perfect view before hitting the sand 🙂
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Heart-shaped jewel ©copyright2014owpp

Heart-shaped jewel
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Simplicity of the moment... ©copyright2014owpp

Simplicity of the moment…
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Passerby's doing the same ©copyright2014owpp

Passerby’s doing the same
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High tide catching up ©copyright2014owpp

High tide catching up
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Another story unfolds... ©copyright2014owpp

Another story unfolds…
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Last but NEVER least :) ©copyright2014owpp

Last but NEVER least 🙂
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About oawritingspoemspaintings

A lover of poetry, abstract and realistic painting, music, good writing, languages, Italy, photography, holistic therapies, natural lifestyle and fully living the moment.

10 responses »

  1. I adore the sea as well. You did a fabulous job in almost making me smell the salt air!

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  2. Looks like your treasure chest was full.. Nice photo’s my friend.. Enjoy… x

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  3. I can smell the salt air! Lovely sea set.

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  4. Thank you for liking “Brocken Spectres.” Nice post and photos! 🙂 I like the sea and the beach too. I spent some of my childhood living in Florida, and my family and I spent nearly every weekend on the beach. Your post brought back some happy memories for me. 🙂

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    • Glad my post did all that for you! I am totally mad over the sea & could easily live next to it if I could but for the moment I satisfy myself with what I can get & that is going occasionally on a Sunday & short holidays.
      I don’t mind the season, I love it in all weather, we even experienced frozen waves which was sheer art but I had for the first time ever forgotten my camera at home 🙂

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      • I would not mind seeing the ocean again. The frozen waves must have been a wonderful sight. I cannot tell you how many times I have seen something that I wanted to take a picture of but could not because I did not have a camera. Just today a beautiful rainbow appeared down the street from my house. By the time I got my camera, it was almost completely gone.

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