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Where Was I?

Cayman Islands
(1) Tarpon (2) Urchin found on beach (3) Beautiful Sunset (4) Coconuts!

Edited to add: Cayman Islands, Tari of Pearl and Pebble won! Thanks for playing!

The first person to comment with the correct location will win a selection of lampwork and enamel beads from me! I'll check answers and announce winner later today! Sorry, no photo of beads, but I ensure it will be nice!

Comments

First... I'm going to say you were in PARADISE... LOL Based on the coconuts in the picture, and the sunset over the ocean, I'm going to guess Hawaii.

:) Can't wait to hear! Hope you had a wonderful time!

Dawn
SueBeads said…
Sorry! Not Hawaii. Although I was there earlier this summer, these photos are not from there!
SueBeads said…
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Doreen said…
How about the Caribbean???
SueBeads said…
Well, yes, kind of, but where specifically?
Oh I was just going to guess the Caribbean too! How about the Cayman Islands?
And my next guess would be the Virgin Islands
SueBeads said…
Good Job! It was the Cayman Islands! I'll send you out a nice little SueBeads package this weekend! congratulations and thanks for playing!!!!
Doreen said…
Oh, pooh! Well, I was close :)
WHOOO-HOOOO!!! What a fun game! Thanks Sue:)
Gardanne said…
Hawaii and the Caymans?!? You must be doing something right.
stregata said…
Love the photos, Sue - those colours have shivers running down my back! Gorgeous!

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