Scribbling on the Sand | #wordlesswednesday

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 The blank canvas of the sand is so tempting and best of all it requires no setting up! It’s something that I love engaging in, every single time I visit a beach. Not just as a kid, but even today. The feel of the coarse sand, as I work on it with my ingenious stick-pencil is so memorable, as I see this photo and recall that evening on the beach, a couple of years ago.

So blessed to be alive in these little nameless moments!

Sand Art @Bekal, Kerala.

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  • Sonia Chatterjee

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    This looks gorgeous. Sand is a testimony to the fact that nothing stays on forever in life. Just linked up with WW.

    • Esha M Dutta

      Thank you so much, Sonia. Yes, you are so right about the temporal nature of our life…the sand typifies that so well. So glad you joined us this week, again, Sonia. Thanks for that. 🙂

  • arv

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    That’s a beautiful sand art, Esha. Sand art and sand castles are synonymous with beaches.

    • Esha M Dutta

      Thank you so much, Arvind. Yes, still love sand art and building sand castles…These are moments when I feel I haven’t grown up at all. 😀

  • Vinitha

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    Loved that sand art, Esha. How nice is to make scribbles on the sand! Such happy memories from childhood! 🙂

    • Esha M Dutta

      Thank you so much, Vinitha. This one is from our Bekal trip, about 3/4 years back. 🙂

  • Patrick Weseman

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    Very beautiful. Thanks for hosting and I hope that you have a wonderful week.

  • Shilpa Gupte

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    Wow! Esha, did you make this art?? Brilliant! And, of course, one of the best canvases to bring alive our emotions–the soft, powdery sand!

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