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I love pebbles Lucy - and water-washed ones particularly. Isn't it strange how the water completely alters the look and the colour - so that you get two pictures for the price of one!
Good Morning, Weaver of Grass.I love pebbles too, and am lucky to live near Chesil Beach where there are thousands of tons of beautiful ones.Not that this photo was taken there - but on the other side of the Weymouth Peninsula . . . and one of the things I like about this particular picture is that the stones in it are really very ordinary, just a kind of gravel, really. Yet the sea transforms them into something special.Lucy
my sons and I are loving pepples, too!
They may just be pebbles but in this photo, they look pretty cool!
Hi, Bentonflocke and Dot . . . I'm regretting calling this photo 'Pebbles' now. I think of pebbles as smooth, nice to hold in one's hands, and these are jagged - but 'pebbles' is so much nicer a word than 'stones'.Lucy
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