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Floating Away #WordlessWednesday #Photography

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Wordless Wednesday – Allow your photo(s) to tell the story
Floating away

This post was added to the following link party: My Corner of the World

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Link: Wordless Wednesday (Words also welcome)
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Credit: All pictures used for my #WordlessWednesday #Photography posts, were taken by me or my husband.

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8 thoughts on “Floating Away #WordlessWednesday #Photography”

    • Hi Hugh. I do not know how long they work to create such a creation, but this is still a small small one in comparison to some that we have seen. It does eventually ‘erode’ but they do use some sort of ‘glue’ to protect it from quick corrosion. Thanks for popping in

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    • Hi Sandee – I love sand sculptures, those people are so artistic and creative. Thanks for popping in and hope that you will also share your WW images with us at SSPS weekly

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  1. very cute sand design – I won’t be joining Pit Stop linky as I have a page of link parties I participate in and don’t list parties individually on each post as required in your rules. Thanks for the invitation.

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    • Hi Carol Thank you for popping in. Feel free to participate without liking back as its not a MUST to add the link, although its nice to see it on a post when I visit your blog. Hope to see you here at SSPS

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