Wordless Wednesday - On the beach in Lanzarote (still dreaming!)

Posted by Claudia Moser on 6:32 AM in , ,



How much do I want to be there right now!

I'm not a beachy person and I can't stand the heat, but that doesn't mean I can't admire places like this for their loveliness *smile*
Pop over to my blog (Award Time post), Claudia. There's an award waiting for you *Grin*

A picture speaks a thousand words! How absolutely gorgeous!


@Sarah - me too, it was such a lovely place!
@Izdiher - that is an interesting perspective!
@Gil - thank you, will do for sure!
@Sarah - it does!

Happy memories my friend. Lovely photos and I can quite see why you loved it so much.

@Diane - you are so right, we had a wonderful time!

Beautiful photos!

@Luan - thank you!

The ocean and beach are a feast for the eyes. Beautiful.

Nice pictures. Bet it was soo nice to see in person! Beautiful.

That's such a beautiful beach. I'm sure it's so inspirational to walk along it. :-)

@Belle - yes, the ocean was amazing!
@Kathi - yes, I was very fortunate!
@Misha - that is true!

Great photos Claudia.

Wish we had some blue skies here!

Lovely memories you have made too. xxx

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