Playing about in the waves after a long day of kayaking.
Click here for my post about kayaking in Koh Chang, Thailand :)
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“Now then, Pooh,” said Christopher Robin, “where’s your boat?”
“I ought to say,” explained Pooh as they walked down to the shore of the island, “that it isn’t just an ordinary sort of boat. Sometimes it’s a boat, and sometimes it’s more of an accident. It all depends…”
“Depends on what?”
“On whether I’m on top of it or underneath it.”
Boats are containers that can take us to so very many places. Or not, as pooh rightly points out.
I’ve decided to get back into the swing of photo challenges every now and again. See here for more information about the challenges.
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