Some need people on a beach. I like it’s changing moods usually sans humans.
Sunrise at St. Pete Beach, FL
Morning colors at St. Pete Beach, FL
Lunch at St. Pete Beach, FL
Bird in late afternoon at St. Pete Beach, FL
Sunset at St. Pete Beach, FL
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Hey Mark-I hope you get this personally, (vs your “digital assistant”:-))). Sure looks like it could be “fun in the sun”, down there, sans humans, or no…beautiful pictures-in contrast to the conditions up here…a damp, grey day(one of many lately), which may have something to do with the theme of my latest song “Pale Afternoon”, set to be released, any day now, on Arista Records…or, oh well, someday, somewhere, sometime… I will try to sign up for some of your publication sources, so I can be more mindful of all those travel experiences that I’m missing (outside my mind), and please keep sending beautiful pictures of St Pete so I actually get there eventually. Seriously, hope all is well with you, and that you’re still finding some measure of creative fulfillment in travel journalism. Say “Hello!” to Jill. Best, Bill Apr 30, 2016 05:52:28 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Marc d’Entremont posted: “Some need people on a beach. I like it’s changing moods usually sans humans. Sunrise at St. Pete Beach, FL Day time colors at St. Pete Beach, FL Lunch at St. Pete Beach, FL Bird in late afternoon at St”
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