Thursday, August 5, 2010

sand castle man


























freaky huh?
ok, so does anyone have any idea what happened to july? today is already the 5th day of august, which is something that is a little hard for me to grasp at this moment. why does summer always seem to be the shortest season of the four?

13 comments:

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

It is so true that summer flys by in an instant!

This is such a fun photo! Someone worked very hard on thsi sculpture :)

Babzy said...

beautiful sand sculpture :) I have the same feeling about summer :(

Shell Sherree said...

Hee hee! This one's very exuberant. As for your July mystery, if it's any consolation, I don't know where ours went either {and it's winter here.} ;)

Kitty said...

ha, I love it!

I so agree with you. We dawdle through July and then suddenly it's over, it's August, and we feel like that's it to the summer. It's awful!!

I wish we had the same feelings in February toward winter, but it's never the same. Fortunately though it's often warm through October. The saddest things is how the days get shorter.

Virginia said...

Where the Wild Things Are???
V

Lois said...

I'm kind of glad that it is going by so fast. The heat is killing me!

Daryl said...

It does fly by .. it takes so long to get here and then its gone ... POUF!

Fun shot!

Oakland Daily Photo said...

Someone had a lot of fun making this one...even if it is a little scary.

Janie said...

I think somebody has a great imagination. Very cute sand creation.
Yes, summer always goes by too fast.

Halcyon said...

I agree... where has the summer gone!

Love that sandman. A real cutie!

Bibi said...

Oh, what fun. I too love to make sand sculptures that are fun.

Alexa said...

Hey, is that the "sandman" who brings you nightmares? :~} As for the waning summer, at least you've been to the beach—and probably even got your feet wet in the ocean. Some of us haven't even managed that (will soon though).

Pietro said...

Very funny sand sculpture!
I agree: summer always flies by.