Posted in Life, Photography

September 2016 | week 38

Welcome back to my photo-a-day journey.

Here are this week’s photos:

September 18 – cotton; cotton swabs…probably in everyone’s bathroom or make-up or first-aid kit.


September 19 – high; early morning clouds high in the sky…but they cleared quickly for a fantastic day.


September 20 – unique; every day at the beach is unique…this was one morning over the Gulf of Mexico.


September 21 – quiet; the quiet moment on the beach before it fills with lots of people.



September 22 – a sign; the Gulf Coast Trolley stop sign…perfect for the sunshine coast. (and just an FYI – only 100 more days to go!)


September 23 – rows; my favourite time of day at the beach! A row of palm trees!

Processed with Snapseed.

September 24 – means a lot to me; to be able to go for an early morning walk on the beach with views like this…and my camera, of course.


Remember, you can join the fun on Instagram at #thebethadillychallenge or follow me @BasildonKitchens.

Thank you for visiting…until next time, Connie 🙂

I also want take this opportunity to thank everyone for their lovely messages of condolence. My family & I appreciate all the good wishes.




I am living my dream life in the country! I love photography, travelling, cooking, baking and I even try my hand at quilting.

2 thoughts on “September 2016 | week 38

  1. Great photos Connie, I love the clouds in Florida, they are so puffy and shine. Enjoy your time there, here is already getting cold. I’m cleaning up my blog, so deleting lots of people I follow, it’s easier to delete everyone and them follow back the important ones. So don’t be surprised when you see I’m following you again! 🙂

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