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Closeups from the Beach

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A little collection of some of my favorite closeups from the beach:

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A bowl of newly hatched turtles awaiting release at dusk, the time of greatest safety

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A welcoming display of bougainvillea on the porch

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Nothing says the beach like coconut trees!

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I love burros so I thought it was perfect that our casita should have this tiled decoration.

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A peek at the huge palapa at Roberto’s Bistro

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7 Comments

  1. Joëlle says:

    The bowl of little turtles is so cute! How nice of them to help them survive their trip to the sea… Your post made me look up the passage in Alice in Wonderland where she meets the Mock Turtle; simply hilarious!
    http://www.authorama.com/alice-in-wonderland-9.html
    “El burro borracho”; doesn’t that mean “the drunk donkey”?

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    • lghiggins says:

      It has been too many years since I read Alice in Wonderland so I followed your link and the passage is delightful nonsense. I’m glad you recalled it for us both! Yes, drunken donkey. Donkeys are still used a lot here and the tiles struck my fancy.

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  2. Tara says:

    Great pics! I especially love the burro sign. ❤And the turtles. So cute!

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    • lghiggins says:

      Thanks. I am not a great photographer and I feel limited by the tools in Photos, but I am not willing to put the time, effort, or money into Photoshop right now, so I am trying to be content. I did like these.

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