I did say, a number of posts ago, that I’d share some more shots here from my summer gallivants, eventually. How ’bout now? The unchanging sunny heat in the tag-end doldrums of summer break in north Texas are almost inevitably a time when my heart turns toward the shoreline beauties of any coastal places I’ve lived or visited. It’s no different now, unless you count that I’ve been gradually going through and editing more of the vast collection of photos I took on our various trips, including many shots of said seaside spots. So, without further ado, some views of this summer’s watery shiny-object admiration.
Love the wet rocks Kathryn. Very nice!
I think you understand my need to be near water better than most! 😀
A fabulous image….enjoy the long Labour Day weekend…janet. xxx
It was so lovely to have some quiet and restful time over the holiday! This weekend is surprisingly open, too, so we’re taking as full advantage of the slow pace and peaceful time as we can, knowing that the week ahead is going to be back-to-busy!
Much love and many magical hummingbirds to you for the week ahead, my dear Janet!
Lovely colours. Neat title
No pun should be left unloved. 🙂 And definitely, no shorelines should, either!
We in the Hill Country of Texas keep waiting for North Texas to send us some cold fronts. I’m ready for fall! I especially want one that’s about a week earlier than forecast for Gatlinburg, Tennessee since I’m going there in mid-October to see the leaves and other sights. 🙂
I’m so thrilled that today it never strayed over 90 or so. What an improvement! Maybe we can share the good luck with you this time around. Gatlinburg sounds really lovely. Hope the leaves are spectacular for you. We finally get to visit in your neck of the woods over our spring break next March, and while I suspect that this year’s bounty will be hard to repeat, it’ll at least be a pleasure to be (a) a day’s drive away from Work!, and (b) where we’ll at least have a slightly better chance of wildflower glimpses than in Denton. We shall see. Meanwhile, enjoy the fall colors in TN!! 😀
Here, the peak for bluebonnets is the middle of April but there may be some a little further south earlier. Some of our wildflowers peak later than that.
The trip is 99% for the escape, anyway; if any wildflowers grace us with their appearance, that’ll be a bonus! 😉