Lazy Poet’s Thursday Tanka On a bright evening that was nearly abandoned thank you dear Exmouth when the day seemed unlikely you shared heaven with me AdvertisementRate this:Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInEmailLike this:Like Loading... Related Posted on July 23, 2015July 22, 2015 Posted in Photography, PoetryTagged Beach, Exmouth, Lazy Poets Thursday Tanka, Photography, Tanka
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How beautifully you capture an experience I recognise. That photo is perfect, especially with the shadow in the bottom left hand corner.
You’re such a darling 🙂
Now that definitely is what I would call a little peace of heaven Gilly. Excellent shot! I wouldn’t mind being there right now. No people. Just you and the beach. Wonderful! 😀 ♥
Thanks Sophia, hope you’re well 🙂
Doing okay thanks Gilly. Thanks for asking. 🙂
Love it, Gilly…the image and the words
Thank you my dear 🙂
You are most welcome!
Truly heaven. Beautiful photo. 🙂
It’s a lovely place to be on a summer evening!
That’s a lovely bit of heaven you’ve got there, Gilly! 🙂 The clouds and the colour combines so beautifully.
Especially when there’s fish and chips x:-)x
Lovely words and wonderful image. I am very tired of the cloudy days. 6 am and sunshine, 5 pm and sunshine but at those times the places I want to visit are not open! Now a beach close by would be ideal for a late evening stroll.
We have heavy rain this evening and I want it to go away 😦 Tremenheere has just been on our local BBC Spotlight!
Rain here too, but I am glad because my containers were so dry – saves me lugging the watering can around! It is supposed to be clear tomorrow afternoon. I hope so! Tremenheere is lovely, did it look good?
Gorgeous photography and exquisite words. Great job, Gilly.
Thank you lovely lady 🙂
A lovely soft image, Gilly. Beautiful words to accompany it too. 🙂
It was a nice mellow evening Sylvia!
Heaven indeed. Perfection!
Thank you 🙂
Lovely golden light, a heavenly place to share with us. Beautiful words to describe your feelings.
Exmouth is a bit of an old fashioned seaside town but I love it!
“when the day seemed unlikely
you shared heaven with me…”!
Thank you my dear 🙂