"I love people who make me laugh. I honestly think it's the thing I like the most, to laugh." - Audrey Hepburn
We were laughing uncontrollably.
My teenage daughter, Megan, was pushing down on my head so my bottom was anchored into the sand. (Getting sand in places sand shouldn't be.) I was lifting my feet up so I could capture the feeling of 'calmly floating on the water' with my point-and-shoot camera. I was bobbing around, arms flailing in the air, so Megan pushed my head down harder, assuring me it was the 'best' way to keep me stable. (I feel it may have been retribution for something.) Eventually, still laughing and possibly even shrieking...I did get this picture.
We were a sight.
I didn't realize what a sight we were, until the next day, at a different beach, a very nice older gentleman stopped us and said hello. After talking for a little while, he told us how he and his wife were sitting close to us the day before at the other beach...and they both 'got a kick' out of us laughing in the water taking pictures. :)
Sometimes it isn't about the picture...but the memory of when the picture was taken.
I am joining Sarah at Paisley Rain Boots and Lee at Sea Blue Lens for Scene and Story, sharing a favorite picture from the previous month and telling the story behind it. Give them a visit and check out the other stories while you are there.
I am also joining in over at Wordless Wednesday.
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Have a beautiful day!