Friday, July 11, 2014

You Don't Have To Look Very Far


'Art' is in the eye of the beholder.

I bet that if 10 people walked down a beach with a camera in hand
they would each find things that were different from the others'.

These 'pieces' are but a few of what I found the other day at the beach.







16 comments:

  1. Beautiful, and with camera in your hand ,more beauteous, Always there will be something to catch your eye,and share with us. Hugs to all today, Jean.

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    1. Thanks Jean. That is correct....always something to 'catch your eye' out there in the world.

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  2. i think i could spend every day walking on a beach.

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  3. You are so right. It's fascinating the different things people we pick up on. You have such an observant and imaginative eye, and what you do with your photos is truly inspired.

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  4. Awesome all, and #3 is spectacular! I think Barb will be shaking her head at the three of us because she is not a photo taker! LOL!

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  5. Beautiful finds. I love beachcombing.

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  6. oh Jim this is so fabulous, so inspiring, still being who I am I would like to see them in their natural state....unless they're a total disaster and then go ahead and post-process that's what i do with those who have some minor booboos lol but nothing will ever deter me from loving the Sea

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  7. So pretty. Is Sophie okay?

    Love,
    Janie

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  8. Such beautiful photos!.
    Loved them, Jim

    Hope all is well, i have been gone for a while on break.

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  9. Such cool finds, Jim! You are right: 'Art' is in the eye of the beholder'. We all see the world in different ways, and notice different things as we journey through it. I really like your perspective!

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  10. Art is in the eye of the beholder - I like that! I love these shots, the second is interesting, what is it?
    H-E :)

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  11. Oh and I love the new header photo!

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  12. Treasures, Jim - so many beautiful scenes just waiting to be discovered. Great shots!

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  13. It makes me want to be there.

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  14. Probably a beaver, rather than muskrat. Muskrat have tunnels into the bank of the creeks, beavers build big houses like that. If you needed to, you could swim underwater and climb into it from beneath. Probably don't want to do that though, if there are beavers living there.

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