Thursday, August 28, 2014

The complexities of life...



.... always seem a little less intense when shared with a friend by the sea.. yesterday at Burns Beach. It's been a while since I was there last, not sure if I agree with the link which states 'Burns Beach has managed to maintain much of it's original character as a small coastal village'.. the suburban development is huge and hardly village-like. As Perth's population is expanding rapidly, prospective home buyers are lucky that there is still so much potential and relatively close to the city since the Freeway expanded north. Do you have a special spot where you contemplate your own and the world's problems :) Happy Thursday, take care. p.s. this city girl is heading into the country today.. yeehaw!

30 comments:

  1. Perth is dynamic and so are You!♥

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  2. Such a beautiful place!! I do love the beach and the water! And I do miss living as close to it as I did in Seattle!! But we have lots of beauty here in Portland as well! How fun to go to the country!!! Hope you have a great time and I do look forward to the pics I'm sure you'll take for us!!! Have a great time in the country!!!

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  3. Ah moi c'est sûr je pense que c'est le meilleur endroit pour contempler les problèmes du monde (même si on ne peut les résoudre) :-)

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  4. Water always seems to have a calming effect on me but I have no special place, Grace. This city girl hasn't been out of the city in months! ;-)

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  5. This one would do perfectly for me!

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  6. I can feel them slip sliding away all the way over here. :-)

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  7. Sharing same kind of blue, and never have enough !

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  8. Then I wish you a lot of fun in the coutry. The burns beach is gorgeous!

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  9. So many beaches (just saw the French Riviera over at Bob Crowe's blog!) and I'm not close to any of them. Why did I have to end up in the Flyover?

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  10. I wanna be there, it's no fair so it is!!!

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  11. I often wonder what the final outcome will be because of the burgeoning population? Will growth ever stop. . .I doubt it so we are going to lose many of these pristine spots. Place to contemplate? Any where near the sea or Bandelier, New Mexico

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  12. Yeehaw, Grace, have fun! :-)
    Guess that´ll be our balcony since the sea/the ocean is 300 km away... Miss it much!

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  13. It looks a perfect place from which to contemplate life.

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  14. I can sit on the front porch as there is no one in that direction for close to a mile, just animals. No ocean, just creeks.

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  15. Looks absolutely beautiful Grace. Enjoy!

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  16. I can easily see myself resting on that bench before walking down to the beach.

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  17. What a gorgeous place to contemplate. You know I have my own place, the Desert Botanical Garden. It always works when I want to figure things out.

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  18. 。·..✿✿°
    Bela foto!

    Boa semana!
    Beijinhos.
    °º。♡♡彡

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  19. Yes... I have a number of spots to escape to when needed. I'm drawn to scenes with water. It seems you do too! :)

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  20. Wow and plus, a bench! What a lovely view, so relaxing! You know, I miss so much the good energy from the ocean! Lucky you!
    Léia

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  21. Great photo Grace. Your photo and your text remind me of a little beach hut (not the famous ones on Brighton Beach) with a weathered wooden step and platform which Mrs J and I used to sit on, watch the waves, chat and demolish an ice cream or two. Time for another visit.

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  22. Any spot with a friend is a lot prettier.....plus I think the fresh air cheers us up. Have a great trip...and don't forget your camera!

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  23. For sure... on a cruise ship in the Caribbean. Now, WHAT was the question????????

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  24. I think water just about anywhere soothes my spirit.

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  25. Water does it, doesn't it? I am visiting friends on Cape Cod, looking out onto a faraway beach across a mile of marshes and it is very restful. I'm even thinking about a nap . . .

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