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  1. The sea ​​in its vastness, sometimes agitated and each time with a calming effect on people. <3

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  2. Beautiful :)

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  3. Lovely!!!
    Have a nice day!!!:)))

    Besos, desde España, Marcela♥

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  4. I've been working so hard that i have not done any blog visiting in a while - so i've just caught up with reading some of your past posts. In one of them you mention that your health has not been so good this summer.... and now I'm also reminded of the tremendously thoughtful, empathetic comment you left on my post reflecting on my spine surgery. Thank you for the time you take in communicating your thoughts. I appreciate your insightful comments so very much. I always think of you as being a strong person; strong in spirit and intention and in creativity and also in compassion.
    Anyway, this is a particularly reflective image of the sea and sky. It says 'constant'; changing yes, but constant.

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    1. and thank you for your comment...Out of all the photos I took this summer, this one is my favourite....as you say...changing but constant.

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  5. Che bella foto! :)

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  6. The sea is one of those miracle which nature provides us with. So sorry that some people don't really understand the whole beauty of it. By the way in russian language we say just the same "море" (more):)))

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    1. I know:) and I do agree...sea is really a miracle!

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