It's Thursday and that means it's time for Three or More Thursday, hosted by
Tam at The Gypsy's Corner. Be sure to pay her a visit and see who else is parading their three's and even better, why don't you join in the fun?! C'mon and play!
In each one of my contributions, you'll see "three or more" of a certain something. All this pictures were taken by me while on vacation this past summer.
Mine! Mine! Mine!
The ocean displays her beauty and her strength...
Sunning, relaxing and being the best darn elephant seals they can be!
Okay! Simon says "be the wave, be the wave"
Thanks for stopping by and spending a bit of your Thursday with me! I hope the rest of your day is great!
Remember that half the joy of achievement is in the anticipation.
Thursday, January 8, 2009
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Such pretty photos. Thank you for sharing such beauty this a.m.
Awesome shades of blue...I love the ocean and these pictures are really calming. Thanks for sharing.
Those are great pictures. I love the wave one. How cool is that!!!
You got some great shots there.
Beautiful shots you got there. I am glad you are doing Three or More Thursdays. Happy Thursday!
Great pictures! I felt relaxed just looking at them!!!
Oh i wish i was at the ocean right now experiencing the wind in my face and the smell of the ocean.... mishelle
Hi Rechelle, I'm guessing these are sea lions. Fantastic photos of the sea, how lucky that you were there.
Nothing is more soothing than the sea. Loved your post.
Your pictures are wonderful and how I miss summer now after these pics!!
I was a little worried about the one picture until I realized they were happy seals sunbathing...I love the clouds that look like waves and the bottom boat pictures...the boats aren't really scattered but form a lot of straight lines. I found that interesting.
have a lovely evening...
I like this three or more because I have very few things that I don't have at least three if not more so next week I am joining in and not even mentioning that I won't stay awake all night wondering what my blog will be about tomorrow!
Ok, I've always wanted this question answered and I'm sure you are the person to answer it.
When the boats are anchored out like that.....how do the owners get to or from shore? Is there always someone to ferry them? I know, I'm in a land locked land....I've never had to deal w/ that kind of problem.
Do the boats STAY there? For weeks on end or are they moved at days end? Please HELP ME SOLVE THIS PROBLEM?
I love the photos! I could wallpaper my house with coastal scenes! Thanks for sharing!
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