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PhotoHunt: Together


Together at Two Peoples Bay

Together at Two Peoples Bay near Albany Australia

This week's PhotoHunt theme is Together. This was really tough especially after having family as a theme a couple of weeks ago. I decided to use this one since it was taken at Two Peoples Bay .

Comments (22)


Love it!

I like how you did your together theme!

What a great shot and wonderful inspiration.


Very cute and lovely scenery!!
Happy PH and happy weekend :)

Wow, Marta! I LOVE that picture. The sand is so smooth and the shadow people are so clearly defined. COOL!

Marta's reply - Thnks! Deborah - the sand was also really really soft. No one else was at the beach so it ended up truly being Two Peoples beach.

Fantastic shot! I love shadow shots.

What a lovely photo- well done! Makes me miss the beach.

Thanks for visiting my Photo Hunt the week before. I am finally starting to catch up!

Mrs. Mecomber

Nice shot, it looks beautiful there!
Together can mean different kinds of things. Go see what I posted.

Wow! What a beautiful picture, everything is so clear . . . makes me want to be there and I'm totally not a beach person :)

What a cool shot!

I played too :)


Back to let you know my pic is from the French Alps and the Albertville region.
The village is St Martin de Belleville...

Marta: Thanks!


Nice way to show togetherness! Thanks for stopping by Spatter...see you next week :-)


What a great shot. Beautiful.

Oh my - the perfect photo for "together". Well done Marta! :)

LOVE this photo!!!

Love that photo! Perfect for our theme this week. Hope you're having a good weekend.

I also love this photo. it is perfect!

What a perfect example of togetherness. Nice shot!

This is a very cool photo!! Perfect for the "together" theme in so many ways!! Beautiful beach also :)


Wow, Marta! I love the photo! Perfect.

That is an amazing shot Marta!


Awwww, how nice!
That's so cool, and so represents togetherness.
Thanks, Marta!

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