A photo a day of Rancho Palos Verdes, Rolling Hills & Palos Verdes Estates, located on the hills of PV peninsula at the southwestern tip of Los Angeles county
My sweet Marie....loved your comment on my post, but want you to know there are many, many, many pesimistic americans.I'm happy, optimistic, because it come from within...the Jesus I love and serve gives me joy and a smile everyday, no matter what my circumstance.Loving you today Marie.
Nice job of photography and choice of head.
Such a clever title for this post.
I'm not going to click on the link, because I only look at a few of my favorite sites (yours included), but I wonder if anyone shot Jeff. The tops of noses, or violins.
Our mall is a bit smaller, in fact a whole lot smaller. But we do have a fountain down at the beach for the kids to run through. Does that count? - Margy
I agree with brattcat, perfect title! Love the family scene under the bridge; it's great to be a kid.
Tash, I not sure how I did it, putting Marie's comment on you post...But how sweet of you to let me know.I will be sure she gets the message.Love and HugsWanda
Just wundering if you ever organized your own blogger gathering down in your parts.
Strange to witness such a quiet and uncrowded moment on a Saturday afternoon. Must admit with others that your title is most clever.Also should confess that I was most relieved to read Wanda's second comment explaining her first comment ... I was beginning to wonder if you had an alter ego named Marie. :)
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