To bring photos from my minds eye - to the public through the lens of my Nikon D90 ∧ D80
That blue string at the base of the broom's bristles... Love that color! It is so vibrant!On the other hand, I am sure we should make allowances for showing grace to beach visitors who forget an item behind. It happens. But when people leave stuff on purpose, for someone else to clean up after them... that saddens me.
Some of the best gifts are washed to the shore. These are not gifts.
Funny pictures, but I agree with Craver Vii, it's a shame that someone left stuff like some garbage on the beautiful beach.Kind RegardsLéia
great pics, agree with the others.Garbage left on purpose is not nice
It does make you wonder why the trash doesn't stick with the people who owned it. That might be a solution. Make them wear it.
Mac: When I see a single shoe I often say "Why" or "How".
Oh come on... you know that little kid cried when his shovel washed out to sea... sometimes the waves creep in and get your stuff while you're walking down shore picking up shells...and sometimes you forget that you have on your $200.00 sun glasses when you dive in... ask Kenny...Now the broom... that's trash...
What you can find on a beach is amazing. We sometimes say that when hubby retires we're going to buy a metal detector. On our rare visits to the ocean we will often see someone after the day is done, walking along with beach with one and it looks like fun. You've got some very interesting photos here.
I don't think they left a shoe on purpose.
It's sad to discover that we're (US) not the only country with thoughtless people that leave their trash behind.
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