beach treasures

4 thoughts on “beach treasures”

  1. Indeed, the majority of the time is spent scanning for likely skimmers. Finding a surpassingly fine one always involves a pang of disappointment – ‘pregret’ – will this be the ne plus ultra for today? And then I’m likely to throw it too hard and it knifes straight into the deeps. Often it’s the slightly unlikely ones, more casually flicked, that go ripping right across and bury themselves in the opposite bank.

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  2. I have the same trouble leaving so many treasures behind. Sometimes I bring things home that looked so special on the beach and at home they look very nondescript. I guess somethings should just stay put eh? 🙂

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