This is one of those themes that can be taken in many different ways. For me, I had some ideas. And I got a bunch of different things. But something kept drawing me back for a different take.
So I did it.
Every year for Columbus Day weekend I head to the Jersey Shore to meet with some family and such. It’s a nice time to get away and just be able to relax. Some of the time is spent by myself and I really do enjoy the aspect of being near the ocean in the fall when not many people are on the beach.
So, my liquid is coming in a different form.
I spent a lot of time on the beach. And a lot of it was just looking out over the water. I know if I ever won a lotto, I’d have a house close to a good beach. Life would be good. I was relaxed the whole time I was down there.
As you will see below, my liquid is a large quantity. I hope you enjoy and I hope you had as much fun this month as I did!
Here are my five!
The two mornings I was there, I got up early and walked to the beach to see a sunrise. Both days I got lucky enough to see one, so that’s pretty awesome. This was my favorite.
I can stand here watching this scene for hours. So much liquid!
3. Liquid reflection
How about a little reflection on the liquid?
4. The pier
In the morning.
5. Morning glory
I think I lived near a beach, my morning walk would always include this.
And there are my five for the month!
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