Family Outing

by Jenny Downing
(Geneva, Switzerland)

This is a candid photo of a family enjoying a picnic on the beach in el Campello, Spain during the summer of 2009.

My photographer's eye was drawn to the bright colours.

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Oct 28, 2013
Beach in Spain
by: Lorelie

Just realized that the family outing is in Spain. Well I sure would like to go there too.
I have head how beautiful it is there.

Oct 28, 2013
Colorful Beach Photo
by: Lorelie

I agree this is the perfect picture of family at the beach.
Makes me want to visit for sure. Thanks for your wonderful website on Melbourne Australia.
Not sure if I will ever get there, but I sure would like to someday.

Oct 28, 2013
Beach Colours
by: Marylyn

Hi Jenny,
Thank you so much for this great photo.
I absolutely love the colors that are in it!
What a beautiful snapshot of what a family at the beach represents.
Best of luck with the Contest.
Kind regards,

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