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  • Posted Jan. 19, 2012 by Gonia Viewed 2698 times
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this is my favorite view from the place where I live.During summer, beach is more wide and full of people, now is full of water and wind.Still sea is not frozen.Maggie

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    2012.01.27 Edited

    Oh, I see why you love it so much, just beautiful!

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    2012.01.24 Edited

    Przepięknie tam. I piękne zdjęcie.

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    2012.01.23 Edited

    What a beautiful setting, Maggie! You must enjoy seeing this every day! I know I would.

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    2012.01.22 Edited

    Też lubię to miejsce. Ślicznie wyszło. :)

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    2012.01.22 Edited

    This is a wonderful picture and I can see your cliff far away in the background! :) You are lucky not having so many snow and cold as the two former winters. I'm glad for you.

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    2012.01.20 Edited

    Must be a fantastic place to live in.Beatiful photo

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    2012.01.20 Edited

    Wonderful shot of a beautiful place. You have SAND. On 'my' beach here on Vancouver Island, I have rocks and driftwood - but no sand - and at the moment a very angry sea.

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    2012.01.20 Edited

    I love this beach of your Maggie.

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    2012.01.20 Edited

    Bravo...a little piece of heaven....for me !!!!

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    2012.01.20 Edited

    This image is perfectly balanced.

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    2012.01.20 Edited

    Magnifique . Désert et sauvage

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    2012.01.20 Edited

    Fantastic view....wonderful place, Maggie!! What a great place to walk....would love to walk and shoot there!

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    2012.01.19 Edited

    Super shot great capture

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    2012.01.19 Edited

    beautiful view...You are lucky !
    ;o)

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    2012.01.19 Edited

    très très beau maggie! i love the contrast storm sky to white and yellow sand and see!
    goes in my favs for sure!

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    2012.01.19 Edited

    I so envy you! Too bad we don´t have any sea:))