365 Project – 318: Have a blessed day! (November 14, 2012)

Shutter Speed: 1/125, Aperture: F/5.6 ISO: 400

While looking for heart-shaped rocks at the beach today, Nora and her friend found a rock with “have a blessed day” on it. They continued to comb the beach and eventually found “joy” and “be nice.” It was such a fun, unexpected scavenger hunt. Hmmm…I wonder if the person that wrote these thoughtful beach messages will see this post? Wouldn’t that be cool! Someone did a sweet job spreading some joy and inspiration at one of our favorite local spots, Ediz Hook. If you’re in Port Angeles, head on down to the beach and look for these rocks…and, bring your sharpie and spread more sweet messages for others to find. Let’s all remember to be thankful, during this season of thanksgiving, and always. 🙂

See more of my 365 Project: Untouched photos from my Nikon D5000 with 50mm lens

3 comments on “365 Project – 318: Have a blessed day! (November 14, 2012)

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