September 2015: Berry Picking Again, The Sandbar, First Day of School 2015, Kites, Sandbridge, Super Blood Moon
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Holly and Sasha missed out on the first round of berry picking
So we went back for 2 more buckets!
4 More hands yielded twice as many berries!
Cleaning the bounty!
For the last weekend of summer we encountered an amazing sandbar at First Landing State Park
About 50 yards out a sandbar stretched down the whole beach
The water was only a few inches deep!
It was really fun to play way out here in the water
And look back at the beach
I decided to just take my chair right out into the water! This became a trend as the weekend continued.
We ended up coming back every day. Friday-Sunday
It was crazy fun!
Stand up boogie boarding
I reached in the water to grab what I thought was a shell and pulled up this little guy
Anya created a temporary habitat for Mr. Krabs
Holly joined us on Sunday
She had to witness the sandbar we couldn't stop talking about!
Boogie on out to the bar Holly!
Shark-eye view of the family
Holly in the family yacht
Anya nervously prepares for the first day of school
Sasha did not want to take a "first day" picture this year
Anya excitedly returns from Day 1 of Grade 2
Shucky-Duckies out in the back yard
Anya flying high at Mt. Trashmore
She's really good at flying that kite!
We hadn't been to the beach at Sandbridge in a few years
So we made the drive down. The ocean was pretty choppy, so the girls mostly played in the sand while I boggie boarded in the waves.
Sasha leaps over a sand wall
The new Playground at Little Island City Park
Sasha get's a letter from John Oliver on HBO for donating to his ministry Our Lady of Perpetual Exemption.
For the last Super Blood Moon Lunar Eclipse, I took a series of photos over the 5 hour cycle. Unfortunately the clouds rolled in during the blood moon portion.
These were the best 2 shots I could get
during the full eclipse.
It was interesting that my camera view screen couldn't really even see this. I had to point, shoot, and realign to capture these.
As the eclipse waned, I got some good shots of the earth shadow moving out of the way
Here we are at about 1am getting back to the full super moon.
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