Some fun at the sea. Part 1.

He dropped the pup into the shallows.

As always during taking a stroll on the beach, my eyes hunted for action.

A break during the storms yesterday led us down to the beach and I got many action shots. I will show you some amazing sights in a series of posts and I open the series here with some scenes of dogs.
I took too many photos that will not fit into one long post, so the best is to split them into separate posts.
Part 2 will show you the surprise arrival about the last picture in this post.

Of course I was standing ready to go and help the pup, but no need as the pup emerged unscathed and the boy stayed close to him.

Wet and dripping water, the boy lifted him out of the water and I think that it was a really cute little dog.

Running for home of course to go and roll in the beach sand.

The old man was sent to catch the runaway junior and to take him back to the owner.

Of course like all youngsters junior put up a fight for freedom.

But no go, as the old man knew all of his tricks as he led junior back by his lead.

Now here was a surprise arrival at the beach and what do you think this is?

Note that I will post part 2 in a different community later today as it has a different subject., so please keep an eye on my blog to see part 2 and the same with part 3 tomorrow morning, as it is also different from parts 1 and 2.
Confusing? No, I just want to share with everyone.

There is always something going on at the beach and we avoid the popular parts, as there is more natural action at the deserted parts. Many people don't like the rocky parts but we do. At low tide there is much life in the rock pools and in part 3 for instance, I will show you how a group of boys catch fish by hand in one of the rock pools.

For now I hope that you have enjoyed this part 1 and that all of you will have a good Monday.

And That's All Friends.

Photos by Zac Smith-All Rights Reserved.

Camera: Canon Powershot SX60HS Bridge camera.

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