Bright cheerful red and so necessary to life on the beach.
What a lovely colour of the sand. I wish my shore was as inviting as this one...
Terrific capture as always, Jim. It's great that they keep a boat like that because, as Sallie has written, they are so necessary to life on the beach! And what a gorgeous beach it is! Very inviting indeed! Hope you have a great week, Jim!Sylvia
Sea and sand I can do, but not such lovely clear days like this. We do have the lifeboat station here so like you we are fully covered.
I hope no one has to use it...but I know that's just a dream.
What a beautiful bay. Lovely photo, Jim!-- KKay, Alberta, CanadaAn Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel
I hope it doesn't get used too much!
Always two hands full of water beneath its keel. Please have a good Tuesday.daily athens
A super Ruby and it really pops against the blue of that inviting waterscape!
Terrific shot! The colours are beautiful.
If only such a craft was not needed.
I imagine that is an important part of your world. Where there is water people seem to need rescuing from time to time.
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nice and sunny photo, here only rain day in day out, enjoy watching this colorful pictureHave a nice week,Greetings, BramLink to My Word Tuesday post!Seen on My World Tuesday
Beautiful beach. Our lifeguards (on the Mediterranean) use stand-on paddleboards. I wonder if there's some reason they prefer those or just because they're cheaper than the motorboats.-----------------------------------My photography is available for purchase - visit Around the Island Photography and bring home something beautiful today!
Beautiful photos and a lovely blog
I could so envy you the beach weather. We still have snow. This is a great shot for Ruby Tuesday. Love your composition and the way the boat stands out.
Beautiful shot, such a nice seascape:)
Save life and the color is beautiful!My cardinal
bright color to cheer up my day and save life at the beach! I love the beach!
must need ruby boat.
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