Saturday, January 1, 2011

Saturday Snapshot--January 1, 2011 Happy New Year!

This meme is hosted by Alyce from At Home With Books

To participate in Saturday Snapshot meme post a photo that you (or a friend or family member) have taken. Photos can be old or new, and can be of any subject as long as they are clean and appropriate for all eyes to see. How much detail you give in the caption is entirely up to you. All Alyce asks is that you don't post random photos that you find online.

Happy New Year!
I hope 2011 is a wonderful year for all of you filled with good health, great friends, lots of laughter, reading, and security

We rang out the end of 2010 on the beach down the street from my house. Not a great sunset due to clouds, but my daughter and nieces had a fun time as a lone bagpiper played and they romped around!

8 comments:

Amanda said...

We spent ours at a bonfire on my grandma's ranch. :D Happy New Year!

Laurel-Rain Snow said...

Oh, I love the beach! Great photo that captures the joy of the moment...

Have a great New Year.

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Alyce said...

A bagpiper at the beach - very cool! I like the action shot of the kids.

softdrink said...

The bagpipes on the beach sounds pretty cool!

Happy New Year!

J. L. Jackson said...

They look so very happy! Great shot.

Helen's Book Blog said...

Amanda--a bonfire is what was missing from our sunset time, unfortunately, they are illegal on our beaches because that would have been so much fun!

Laurel-Rain--I took a ton of photos of the girls together, separately and in various combinations as the sun went down. They had so much fun.

Alyce and Softdrink--The bagpiper was a total surprise and it was great. As soon as he started the hundreds of people on the beach all got quiet to listen

J.L.--The kids (and I) really had a wonderful time prancing around and taking photos!

Sheila (Bookjourney) said...

That picture is so awesome!

Helen's Book Blog said...

Sheila--Thank you! I love photography and had fun playing around with the different settings as the sun went down