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Foto Finish - Summer

It is none too summery on this side of the world.  We are forecast to have very heavy rain over the next day and a half starting sometime tonight.  I am suffering from a heavy head cold which has now progressed to include a cough.  I hope it clears soon and I dont pass it on to my husband as we are due to fly to Vanuatu next Saturday for a week in the sun.

This photo was taken last summer of one of my granddaughters jumping into our pool.
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Anonymous said…
Great shot! Looks like they have fun in Grandma's pool.
Barbara said…
What a wonderful shot. I can almost hear the splashing.
Junebug613 said…
Terrific action shot! Hope you get over your cold quickly. I had a nasty sinus infection a few weeks ago and it can just take it out of you.
Kate said…
Great photo! Love all the splash. Hope you are feeling better.

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