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May 21

The Alphabet Project – B is for….

……..Brolly!

I know that is not the official word for them, but whoever says ‘I need an umbrella’, well at least I don’t, I always say ‘my Brolly’!

So here is my photo for the PodCast Alphabet Project this week!Alphabet B

I took this photo on Skegness beach, we had headed there with an 18 month old Monkey and I was pregnant with Mouse, we had decided to have a day at the seaside. On the day the weather was not the best, but we headed off anyway with a plan of chips, beach and definitely some ice cream!

I saw this photo opportunity and it made me smile, I like to think of it as a typical British Summer photo! Would you have gone on the Beach that day?

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  1. brinabird and son

    A great shot! Your composition is just fab and the guy with the brolly really pops out with the blurred background. #alphabetphoto

  2. Mary @ Over 40 and a Mum to One

    I hate umbrellas really, always end up in a fight with mine! #alphabetphoto

  3. Eileen Teo

    Lovely photo!

  4. Mummy of Two

    Great photo and that is my favourite time on the beach as it is always quiet! Will definitely be needing our brolly the next few days!

  5. Jenny @ The Brick Castle

    I’d habe totally gone to the beach that day. I think I can count on one hand the number of times I’ve been on a beach in glorious sunshine! Last time we went on a seaside holiday was Cornwall in the floods and 60mph winds, it just wasn’t meant to be 😀

  6. Charly Dove

    Great brolly shot, love the colours. They’re are brollies rather than umbrella’s aren’t they. Sounds rather formal otherwise. I’m with you on going to the beach, we would have too! Thank you for sharing and joining in #alphabetphoto

  7. Stephanie

    Totally would have gone to the beach, but may have been in the (steamed up) car eating fish and chips!

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