14 September 2011

Wordless Wednesday

The first 2 days we were in OBX, the red flags flew high indicating that it was unsafe to swim after hurricane Irene. Whole trees were washing up on the beach, which was a very interesting {and sad} sight to see...
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But what was even more interesting was that, the day after said trees washed up, {I'd say there were at least 5 right in front of our house} someone planted them in the sand...
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And that? Is something you don't see everyday.



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19 comments:

Mandy said...

That is so cool!!!

Carmen and Rachelle said...

That is really cool! And sweet pictures!

Dumb Mom said...

Gorgeous photos! Totally perfect for my Snapfish contest. Either of those would make some beautiful wall art!

Tessa said...

Great pictures!

Shannon said...

Oh I miss OBX!!! I wanna go back NOW, wahhh

Secret Mom Thoughts said...

That is quite the site.

Sarah said...

That is neat. Definitely not something you see often.

Dee @ Start Dreaming said...

Definitely not something you see everyday! Very cool though! Maybe it should be decorated for the season now? Hehe...

Take care,
Dee

euregirlsandboys said...

Very cool - I wouldn't even have thought to do something like that!

Anti-Supermom said...

What a smart little idea they had!

Stay Clean said...

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Mommy's Paradise said...

Awesome pics. I always love the time after a storm on the beach, you find the most amazing things.

Mommy's Paradise said...

Awesome pics. I always love the time after a storm on the beach, you find the most amazing things.

Jodi said...

beautiful pictures!

Chasing Joy said...

That is really nice. Kind of uplifting and makes me think of new starts.

Naomi said...

Wow, haha! that's pretty cool!

Jordan Marie @ hottlt.com said...

wow! these are super pretty!
<3xojo

alicia said...

Aww. So sorry to hear Irene ruined your travel plans. I know you were so looking forward to it, but I'm sure it was an interesting experience. Thanks so much for linking up for WW! Sorry I'm running so behind. Hope you're having a wonderful weekend with the fam.

Sara said...

Would love it if you would link up these pics for my photo swap party going on right now!! http://www.sweetlittlegals.com/2011/09/sweet-little-photo-swap-13.html

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