Posted in Life, Photography

July 2017 – week 30

Welcome back to this year’s photo-a-day journey. I’m sharing little bits of my daily life & travels.

This week’s weather has been perfect summer weather – not too hot, not too cold or wet, & not too humid!  What more can one ask for?

Now onto this week’s photos:

July 23 – Dunes beach from a distance; as seen from the shores of West Lake on a hazy afternoon!

23 Dune Beach.JPG
204/365 (Nikon D5100)

July 24 – happy bee; buzzing all around the local hollyhocks

24 happy bee
205/365 (Nikon D5100)

July 25 – overcast day & high water; a trip to Sandbanks Park…

25 overcast & high water
206/365 (Nikon D5100)

July 26 – lakeside; roadside stop at West Lake…grass & a weathered fence post.

26 lakeside
207/365 (Nikon D5100)

July 27 – sunflowers; summer’s happiest flower!

27 sunflowers
208/365 (Nikon D5100)

July 28 – hollyhocks & the blueberry patch. Waupoos is famous for the roadside full of blooming hollyhocks…and of course the blueberry patch.  Pick your own or buy them already picked! (The blue netting protects the berries from all the hungry birds & other wildlife that would love a special treat!)

28 hollyhocks & blueberries
209/365 (Nikon D5100)

July 29 – perfect start to the weekend; early morning coffee on the back deck with this fabulous view!

29 perfect start to the weekend
210/365 (iPhone 6s)

As always, I thank you for visiting. Feel free to join in on Instagram, #ciuan365 or #nothingisordinary or you can just follow me @BasildonKitchens.

Until next time, Connie 🙂

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

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