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L.E.N.S. photo challenge: shadows

When we went to Savannah, GA, it was a bright, summer's day.  This meant it was also very hot!  Touring the city, the boys did great, but were looking for any way possible to get cool. 
Alex found relief in the shadow of a little tree by the fountain. Tim played in the water.  Such sweet joy in both boys' choices.
You can find the L.E.N.S. photo challenge at "Home is Where You Start From".

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  1. Cute photo! Love their choices of staying cool :o)

    Today was definitely a wee bit cooler here in Savannah. I had to wear a jacket...but then again...when I am "cold" everyone else is quite comfy!

    Blessings & Aloha!

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  2. OOOOOO That is too adorable!!! What wonderful quick thinking! I love it! :)

    Thanks so much for stopping by my blog tonight. I am most definitely a new follower of yours as well! I love your blog! I can't wait to go read some more. Have a great night! {BTW I LOVE your music selections. It's like you jumped into my ipod. :) }

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  3. very cool photo! Thanks for stopping by and visiting me! :)

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  4. really a neat photo, there is so much going on in it! First you have the great fish and the water in motion, then the two boys, and then the different expressions on each face, and then the shadow/sunlight. Thanks for sharing it with us!

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