Thursday, October 25, 2007

On the beach at Cumberland Island


We had to walk down the beach approximately 2 miles then cut back across the sand dunes and to a ranger station where the ferry picked us up and took us back to St. Mary's. I would have liked to visit the part of the island where JFK Jr. and Caroline Bisset were married but it is privately owned.

26 comments:

Andrea said...

Beautiful pictures of the beach Dot. My husband and I enjoy walking on the beach when we are vacationing.

Old Wom Tigley said...

What a great set of pictures, it's strange how we look at each others pictures and wish to be there. I would give up the lush fields and hills, the valley streams and woodland walks... just to stroll along that beach for a day..

Loved the star fish.

inspired said...

;o]

Sister--Three said...

Dot, it is so nice that you made this visit with your daughter.

Steve Buser said...

The collage has that real "feel" of a day at the beach.
--steve buser
New Orleans Daily Photo

Annie said...

I've often said that if I ever get clincally depressed that I don't want any medications. I just want a holiday on the white sands by the blue sea. I know it would be healing.

Tina Leigh said...

mama Ilove how you put those pictures together. you know it really was as pretty as the pictures. I see you got a picture of Forest's shrimpin boat. You know he named the boat after Jenny but called the buisness "BUBBA GUMP SHRIMP". It was nice to see one of Forest's boats from the island. Love u
TS the 1st

Lilli & Nevada said...

Those are neat shots of the beach the sand is so white looking. I wish i could figure out how to do multiple photos, i have Picazza but havn't figured the thing out yet.

Kerri said...

Wonderful collage - the colors are vibrant! I love walking on the beach... but what i love most is to hear the waves crashing. There is something so peaceful about hearing the ocean.

Mike said...

I love the tracks of the starfish. What a lovely place.

imac said...

Yea, great combination there. great shots too. Id love to retire to the coast.That early morn walk when no one is around.

Dick said...

Great photos, I told you before it is like Texel but not that cold I guess.

Nessa said...

Beautiful.

mrsnesbitt said...

Love them all Dot! Just sorting out me sky picture for tomorrow!

Kate Isis said...

The starfish is great but I like the people shot to. What were they doing?

dot said...

There were many school kids there that day and the group I photographed were seining

Oswegan said...

That's very cool that you have such a neat island so close by.

~Oswegan

JoAnn - NL "My digital eyes" :) said...

Wow DOT!
I love those collages!!!! They are very pretty, uum how much is 2 miles in comparison with kilometers? (answer on my blog please) very pretty to publice 8 /9?(uuuh ;) haha!!) photo's of such a beautiful spot!!!

Oooow your sweet doggy yeh I would keep het too, hahaha dis you know that our dog should be a FULL' bernese Mountain dog'? hmmm I don't think so because :
1) she should have 4 white feet but she has just 2 white feet,
2) she must have a white spot/hair on her little snoopy-head, which she has not,haha!
3) her weight should be 45 kilo and her reall weight is 30 kilo's
BUT.......
We adore her and we would NEVER give her back to the farm she came from, so uuuuh we payed the fuull price, but her (the dog) i worth a million or more , not te express in money...

Your dog is such an adorable sweet head pooopydoopysnoopy , hugh!!! And DOT, YOU are sweet too!

Bye kisses from JoAnn

Susan Kelly Skitt said...

It looks like a blue patch-work quilt! Love it!

david mcmahon said...

Hi Dot,

Friday 8.05 am here in Australia and my Sky Watch Friday shot is up .....

PEA said...

Such wonderful shots of that beach...I could sit there for hours just admiring the view!! xox

dot said...

testing one two

smilnsigh said...

What a lovely mosaic of beautiful photos!

Mari-Nanci
Photos-City-Mine

USAincognito said...

I love that picture of the starfish!! Ah, heck...all these pictures are just beautiful!!!

Ida said...

Lovely collage! :)
I wish that i could have been walking right there.... :)

Sandra Henderson said...

That part is not privately owned, but it IS 18 miles north

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