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Summer on the dock -- dangling feet in the water and sharing secrets with your best friend. ruralgirl: (via Summer & Garden)

beach, girl, hair, sun

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early autumn morning...

Everything about this picture makes me wanna cry! It is so sweet and beautiful, plus it makes me think of Lydia so much! Makes my momma heart happy.


This looks relaxing as well. Swinging from a palm tree wearing a straw hat is our idea of a wonderful vacation. I would have to also do some activities as well during the week but this would be relaxing for sure.

Paradise. Beach Swing in Club Faru, Maldives.

Swinging seat from tree by beach sea sand sun summer is here

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Serenity - this would be my dream relaxation zone. A hammock over water


These colors may prove useful as the foundation for a summer home interior color palette. The rope, sand, anchor, boat, and water complement well.

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Do a rope swing! this is not the real rope swing at feather river but this pic is nice and reminds me of the good times i shared with friends up there


Canadian artist Amy Friend ‘re-makes’ old vintage photographs this image is apart of her Dare alla Luce series, meaning To Bring the Light.

Reading my escape...

Morning Coffee and a book at Okavango Delta, Botswana, Africa.

“I want to thank you for never being there anymore. Your absence has forced me to find my own way.”

lonehands: “ A huge thanks to my little sis for so expertly capturing this shot of me at Fanore Beach: the most ideal of landscapes I ever could have imagined.