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L.E.N.S photo challenge: comfort


These hammocks were the epitome of comfort after a day of deep sea fishing and snorkeling in Key West.


I can still feel the breeze and taste the salty air as I look at these photos and remember our trip through the Keys.....awesomeness!

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  1. oooo those look relaxing! There were similar ones when we honeymooned in the Dominican. . . they put you to sleep almost instantly! I love the colors!

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  2. Oh those hammocks are AWESOME!! I love the colors and how large they are... and snorkeling and deep sea fishing... FUN!!! I have never done either but they have always sounded so awesome!! I glad to hear it was awesome!! Definitely a depiction of comfort! Can I stop by for some comfort and fun in the sun? ;)

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  3. The colors of them were that bright and cheery in real life, too...I don't know how they keep them so vivid in the sun everyday. Thanks for stopping by and commenting. Visit again soon for more fun in the sun...it's vacation time!

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  4. What a great hammock! Love the bright colours! ahhhhhhh.....where did you find them?

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  5. Now those look comfy...I love hammocks....those are really great colors...great pics!! :O)

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  6. The Keys are so beautiful. I remember driving over the bridge and seeing the dolphins jumping!

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  7. that does indeed, look comfy! I love the bright colors, beautiful photos!

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