Monday, March 5, 2012

I could not help concluding this man had the most supreme pleasure while he was driven so fast and so smoothly by the sea (Capt James Cook).

Sunday afternoon on Manasota Key was 60 degrees cool & a 30 mph wind blowing from the NW.


Never underestimate the power of large groups of young men in wet suits with surf boards. I was suprised anyone would brave the cold water & took all these fotos on my iPhone.


In SWFL when the surfs up - twitter is hopping. The word spreads via social media that the surf is cooking.   There were surfers everywhere enjoying the decent waves.


It's still too rough & windy for shells or sharks teeth but there's always something to enjoy at the beach.

8 comments:

  1. Beautiful. I love the beach on any day :-) Well, except perhaps when it is covered in wall to wall people. That, I do not, enjoy.

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  2. Blind Pass? I love the last picture!! Absolutely gorgeous! I didn't make it to the beach this past weekend...sick. :-( glad you enjoyed such a beautiful chilly day!

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  3. I always liked James Cook. If I were him I proably would have never left the Pacific. But then again like Ann Morrow Linberg said" But there are other beaches to explore there are more shells to find. This is only the beginning." And god bless those surfers, any day on the water is a good day.

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  4. Who cares about the weather-its the beach! Cheers

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  5. I really love your last picture... beautiful colors!!

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  6. Our hubby and I hope to move to NE FL this year/early next year.. love your photos.. I am so looking forward to living near the sea... I can almost taste it.. Love your blog! xo hugs fr Fargo ND.. yes, we're moving outta here to FL! Hooray!

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  7. You are right; there IS always something to enjoy on the beach-everything about it! :)
    Beautiful photos-thanks again for sharing!
    hugs & blessings <3

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  8. That's what is so great about the beach. It's different every day.

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