After a few days like the ones we've been having... love your virtual respite from the deepfreeze. It looks like a marvelous place... oh those blue skys!
The florida panhandle was really charming - and blessedly quieter than southern florida!
Dear Stefan - As I write from St. Petersburg, Florida, I can tell you that the temperatures are dipping into the 50s, which is very cold for us because by now our blood has thinned out.It's funny to drive along the beach because one can tell at a glance whether pedestrians are visiting or not by how layered they are. Canadians and Europeans are wearing tee shirts and Floridians have winter coats!
I don't mind the cold, because it actually *feels* like winter now! The snow yesterday was nice because it was so light and fluffy, and it made that nice squeaky noise when you stepped on it.
Oh this hurts, it hurts us landlocked beach lovers (and who isn't). Hope you'll get back down there soon.
Stefan, I am enjoying beachy pictures as it is frigid here (and beautiful, colorful art as well) I hope you will visit!XoxoKarenaNew 2013 Artists Series
Oh! Warm weather, blue skies and sand beneath one's feet!Will I look back at this 17 degree day, slush, salt and grey skies with fond remembrance? Perhaps I had better do something meaningful today, to give the memory some weight!xoAndie
I savour and cherish a trip to Bermuda with my Mother....many years ago. I need to pull out my photos and artwork of that trip.pve
Very nice beach pictures!
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