Our Easter Sunday

As we do most every Sunday, last week, Motor Man and I spent the afternoon at Carova beach. It was a gorgeous day.

Seeing the horses lying down is one of the most peaceful scenes we find. We often have our in-the-vehicle picnic while facing the ocean. But, on this particular day, we decided this was the best lunch-time view.

The temps were in the 70’s, the sky was an unbelievable blue, and horses were easy to spot. From the dunes….

…to the canals….

…to the ocean…

We smiled at the serene….and laughed at the silly.  Is he mocking me, as in: “Here’s a smile for ya!”.

And, now, anyone for horse yoga? S-t-r-e-t-c-h.

As I’ve said many times, each beach trip is different. But never disappointing.

~These Days Of Mine~







9 responses to “Our Easter Sunday

  1. So amazing! Thank you for always starting my morning off with a smile!

  2. Never a dull moment at the beach…..and that smiling horse is so cool!


  3. WOW!!! I think these are the most varied pictures you’ve posted. Laughed out loud at the horse that smiled for your camera!

  4. A delightful way to spend Easter Day!

  5. Great pics- as always ! .. but the last two here really get me ..I’ve never seen a horse stretch like that, & I’d swear the other one likes having its picture taken !

  6. Shirley Matthews Dunn

    Dianna, you can capture the most amazing horse poses. Love them all.

  7. You do catch the greatest photos of those horses. Or maybe they see you coming and say, “Oh, there’s Dianna again. Let’s give her something really good to photograph! She’s making us famous, you know.” 🙂

  8. Gracefully Global

    Incredible place. Thanks for sharing. 🙂

  9. Aw, a truly wonderful way to spend the day. Dinner and beautiful horses.
    Great photos. such fun and so many smiles. 🙂

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