As previously mentioned (in this post) I spent a day on the beach with my family on Thursday. It was good timez! I took 68 photos that day and want to share some of those with you. I always think of Buzznet when taking photos wondering if you will like what I have to post. :) Time to have yet another summer party. WHO'S WITH ME?
~Puttin' on lotion! Sittin' by the ocean!
Rubbin' it on my body! Rubbin' it on my body!~
("On A Tropical Island" by Jake the dog of Adventure time)
Way to the ocean. There's a campsite super close to the beach. I camped there a few times actually. People have their tents built up all surrounded by trees for some shade.
I saw this pingeon sitting near a bush. It didn't fly away so I snapped a photo of this beauty.
We had perfect weather. However the water was kinda cold. By saying "kinda" I mean going for a swim was like eating ice cream with penguins at the South Pole.
I'm badass though. I survived!
Seagulls were there apparently. However I hardly saw any that day. They probably celebrated somewhere else.
I tried blowing some bubbles and then take a photo of it. In my head it looked all cool and what not however it didn't work as planned. If you look closely at this shot you can see two little bubbles. eL Oh eL! You cannot tell but I totes rock at this whole bubble thing. I'm a pro like Spongebob I'm just not able to take a photo while werkin' mah magic!
That beach buggy was driving up and down the beach. The guy driving it sold ice cream and other snacks to hungry p33pz.
My parents and I left the beach for a bit to grab something to eat. Fish sandwiches hell ya!
Nom nom! Perfect lunch for my dad and I. He had a salmon sandwich and I had matie with lots of onions!!! F00dz I can't even.
This is an understatement! One more photo...
Y U S that's more like it. Now I can move on!
Late in the afternoon lots of weird clouds appeared. It was time to pack up and go for it looked like massive rain after the clouds formed a huge dark monster cloud. (it did rain shortly after we left)
So we packed up all our toys and drove back home. Bye bye Baltic Sea, bai!