Monday, August 23, 2010

I Heart Faces "Beach"


Those of you that follow my blog on a regular basis probably thought I fell off the bandwagon with I Heart Faces.  Well, I kind of did for a while.  But I want to jump back on and this seems to be the week to do it!  I live in Pensacola, FL so that gives me ample opportunity to see the beach.  Sometimes I feel as if I don't see it enough being so close and all and other times I just plain get tired of it.  Here's a shot that is dear to my heart because it's of my two girls sitting at the ocean's edge just weeks before the oil hit our beautiful beaches.  Though they are recovering from the oil, it's just not the same.

15 comments:

Heather L Combs said...

So nice, looks like such a wonderful moment.

Simply Complex said...

Beautiful. I hope your beaches return to normal very soon.

And I hope you get to have a natural childbirth if that is the way you want to go. It was amazing and as you said, recovery was super simple compared to the first time. I wanted to get up right away and shower and everything (though the nurses made me wait an hour). Everything about it was wonderful.

Valeria said...

Beautiful picture! Love the color and their reflection

Catherine said...

Wow! Awesome reflection and colors!

Valerie said...

Love those colors and that reflection is great.

Margaret said...

Love the colors in this one!

Sarah Halstead said...

What an adorable picture! Great job.

Siobhan said...

Love the relection in this shot...Great photo!!

Dianna said...

I love the reflection. great shot.

Rosie J. Photography said...

what a beautiful moment. wow.

i love the colors!

{ L } said...

Ummm, WOW! I have been browsing the contest pics and this is by far my favorite one!! Just PERFECT. :) Love the colors and the mood.

Rachel said...

What an amazing picture...I love the colors and think the reflection is amazing....but I think what makes the picture perfect is the meaning behind it...great job!

Meant to be a mom said...

Gorgeous!

Photo Freak said...

love it

Sereina said...

Gorgeous shot!