As chilly it could have been it looked more like a good day for flying kites. Some years ago my life was in a sea resort and I did just that when not beach season. Even in the beginning of June in Kinnakeet, some days winds could be fierce and temperatures might dictate the need for jackets or sweaters for a stroll on the sandy beaches. Even so, there is a beauty in the dunes, grasses, waves and the things or creatures that might be flying. It is a rarity to have such a close up look when a bird comes as close as this beauty. Was I going to be attacked? This one got very, very close.June 6, 2012 Like Add a Comment
This week's theme: Sandwiches. Food of the people--cheap, nutritious, easy to assemble in large quantities--what better vehicle for delivering the flavors of a regionally and ethnically diverse nation to people on the move? The most beloved sandwiches inspire loyalty, local pride, and a cult-like following--tell us about your favorite! Of course, we always have an open theme so you can submit on the pool of places our editors recommend around the world, or a new place you recommend. Find places close to you below, search at the top of this page, or suggest a new place.
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This week's prizes:
• 1st place photography - open theme: Lake Tahoe cuise for two
• 1st place photography - sandwich theme: one night at Windsor Suites Philadelphia
• Most Likes - open theme: $25 at Campo's Deli Philadelphia
• 1st place writing - $25 at Lakeside Inn, Lake Tahoe
Photo credit: Jeff Naecker
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