A Boy and a Wave

Apr 05, 2009 by Lisa Newton

Ok Mr. Wave, I’m comin’ to getcha!

~Crying Loudly~

Mom, Mr. Wave knocked me over.

Ok, I’m gonna to try this again.

Oh yeah, this is cool!!

Mom, did you see me? Did you see me? I did it!!

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18 Responses to “A Boy and a Wave”

  1. Lara says:

    I cannot tell you how much I miss the ocean. I spent every free moment at my grandparents’ house in San Juan Capistrano and now the closest I am to water is a creek in my back yard.

    Sigh.

    Lara’s last blog post..Caboose

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  2. Kim says:

    Wow Lisa.. I have not had a chance to get over here since earlier this week. Your photos for the past few days are wonderful!!! I love the ones of everyday life.. and this set of the ocean are wonderful!!!

    Kim’s last blog post..Weekly Winners – 2nd edition

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  3. LisaNewton says:

    @ Lara Wait until you see the pictures of the Santa Monica Pier I took today. I’ve driven through San Juan Capistrano, but haven’t stopped yet. I need to do that……………….:)

    @ Kim Thank you so much. That means a lot coming from you. Please stay tuned for next week.

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  4. dc says:

    Hehe… what a cool story your photos tell! And how lucky to grow up near the ocean…

    dc’s last blog post..Wet Rocks

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  5. LisaNewton says:

    @ dc I didn’t have the story until after I looked at the pictures. As soon as I saw them, the story formed. He was fun to watch.

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  6. Mark says:

    Beautiful pictures! Thanks for sharing!

    Mark’s last blog post..Wall Exercise Challenge!

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  7. David says:

    A Boy and a Wave — What could be better than that?

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  8. Henie says:

    Lisa!

    Great narrative on this! Every photo indeed tells a story of its own! The beach is always fun for captures! :~)

    Henie’s last blog post..Life Is Like A Door

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  9. Frank Levangie says:

    Well, well, well, you certainly are cutting edge, original and impressive…….. Lisa, you keep coming up with some great stuff and the slide show is a great touch.
    Is it possible you dream these ideas up when you bake all those pies… LOL

    Be good,
    Frank

    PS: the Book Festival @ UCLA is coming up. Be sure to ck the writers in attendance and have your favorite autograph a book.

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  10. FrugalNYC says:

    Thanks Henie for the intro on Twitter.

    Lisa, love your photos of local spots! I do similar photos in my neck of the woods. My photo blog, which I recently started, is at http://vgaphotos.blogspot.com

    Would love to get your perspective and opinion on how to make the photos better.

    If you or your audience are looking for Frugal Ideas, you can always drop by my FrugalNYC blog :)

    FrugalNYC’s last blog post..Free Tax Advice – From H&R Block

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  11. LisaNewton says:

    @ Mark Thank you.

    @ David I agree. It looked like he was having a good time.

    @ Henie I had a great day at the beach, and the weather was fantastic.

    @ Frank No pies here, just a lot of bread, and thank you for your kind words. Yes, I have the upcoming Book Festival on my calendar, as well as a concert at the Getty…………….:)

    @ FrugalNYC I’m looking forward to seeing your NYC photos. I’m too new at photography to offer suggestions. I just like looking at other people’s photos, especially with Travelin’ Local……….:)

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  12. Barbara Swafford says:

    Hi Lisa – I sure like this slideshow series. Just as you wrote, that’s probably what was going through the little boys mind. Your photos make me miss the ocean. Now I only get to see it about once a year. **Sigh**

    BTW: I love all of the fabulous changes you’ve been making to your blog. Great job!

    Barbara Swafford’s last blog post..So, What Was The Attraction?

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  13. Barb Hartsook says:

    How I love stories like this! As mom and grandmom, I can relive this one many times over. I can even remember feeling the same exuberance as a child on the Gulf Coast in Florida. Thanks for telling it so well.

    Barb Hartsook’s last blog post..Snowy Track Meets Take Me Back to the Old Days

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  14. LisaNewton says:

    @ Barbara Thanks I tried to imagine what he was thinking as he tackled the wave. Feel free to stop by anytime and to “see” the ocean more often.

    @ Barb You’re welcome. I’m happy the story brought back memories for you………..:)

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  16. Davina says:

    Hi Lisa. This was really cute! In that last shot it seems he is the only one who made it. His three comrades are nowhere to be found.

    Davina’s last blog post..The Morning Muse — Photo Story

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  17. LisaNewton says:

    @ Davina That’s an interesting observation. I hadn’t looked at it quite like that……………:)

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