Weekly Photo Challenge: Summer Lovin’…Siblings on the Beach

Weekly Photo Challenge: Summer Lovin’… Family time at the beach. There is nothing more beautiful than watching you family connect in a moment. My daily life is consumed with rushing around from place to place, being the middle man when there is a argument between the sibling, meals, housework, school, work, a side business; the list goes on… The trip to the beach was even hectic but for one brief moment on the beach there was calm that makes it all worthwhile.

Childhood Wonder created by Melissa Fague

Childhood Wonder created by Melissa Fague

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6 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Summer Lovin’…Siblings on the Beach

  1. Vicki

    Lovely composition, especially in that light with the shadows cast from the children’s bodies.

    Thanks for stopping by my blog and following. As a person coming from 30+ years of severe back and overall body pain, and eventually back surgery in 2008, then deteriorating again having to quit work in 2010 due to chronic health issues, I can sympathise with you and appreciate much about where you’re coming from.

    You sound like an amazing and very strong woman to have overcome such a severe trauma and injuries, but I’m delighted to hear that you (like me) has found an outlet in Photography. Of course, my spinal issues are only a 100th of yours, but all the same, the chronic pain is still an issue. I could only walk comfortably about 20 metres when I started walking and Photography in 2010, but can now walk several hours (albeit slowly than healthy individuals).

    As to your blog, I found it helpful to share my Photography journey online on my old blog victoriaaphotography.wordpress.com before I branched out into 2 new blogs this year (one of which you’ve started to follow).

    Look forward to seeing more of your Photography in the future.


  2. PIPA Fine Art

    Your welcome Vicki, I look forward to seeing more. You have an eye for capturing the stories that are unfolding and thank you for the words of encouragement.

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