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Monday, March 9, 2009

Sand Drawing.
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Stephanie, my grand daughter, when she was younger drew this of her grandad, me, in the sand on the beach when the tide was out. Jill and I took her and her brother to the beach this day and we spent some time having fun drawing in the sand. We drew all sorts of things from ships to rockets to funny shaped people and shapes. It was fun, and we didn't consider it vandalism because the incoming tide would soon wash them away.
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People passing by also seemed to enjoy our art.
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3 comments:

Abe said...

Chalk drawing is another form of self expression that washes away with the rain.

Pete said...

You look very happy Dave just don't look down at your feet! :)

Cheers
Pete
www.hamilton-nz.blogspot.com
www.gullnet.blogspot.com

Dave said...

Abe, yes, you are right.
Pete, no. I might fall over! - Dave

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