Seaweed At San Remo Back Beach

by Carolyn Pawsey
(Victoria)


My Grandson Marcus investigating the fish ponds and finding seaweed.

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Oct 22, 2016
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Cutie
by: Anonymous

Look at that little face!
Too cute!
Good luck

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Sea Treasures
by: Marylyn

Love it Carolyn :-)
Reminds me of the times my kids used to chase me at the beach with handfuls of the stuff!

Thank you for the submission and the best of luck in the competition.
Cheers,
Marylyn

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