We had a great time. And you may not be able to tell from the photo, but the water was approximately 19 degrees.
I am LOVING your picture a day idea. Keep ‘em coming – so inspiring and fun! I have picked up my camera even MORE often.
This is a great shot! It would have been hilarious to see their faces as they hit that cold water!
Great shot – are we going to see more like this for motion?
Ahhhh, freezing cold water. How well I know that temperature, being an Oregonian. Our ocean never gets above what feels like 19 degrees.
Your kids are nuts.
BRRRR! 19 degree water???? This would’ve been great for next week’s Motion You Capture.
Kids don’t care about the temperature of the water. Mine went swimming yesterday and it was C.O.L.D.
Awesome capture! They’re probably cringing from the cold water, but it just looks like they’re too excited to get in
I love these kids!
Now, you can’t use this picture for next week’s You Capture. Although it is a fantastic capture of motion. Looks like everyone had a good day…even if the water was only 19 degrees.
I wanna go!!!!
What a wonderful shot. Carefree kids – there’s nothing like it!
What a great shot! But 19 degrees? Really….
This time of year the gulf water is like 75 degrees, so that temp you speak of is just unknown to me.
I think this is one of my very favorites of your shots ever. It is so awesome and dynamic. I remember feeling that way about running into the lake.
I love this picture!!! My daughter has the same bathing suit!!! It makes me want to be at the beach!
HA! Don’t you know that 19 degrees to a child is like 70 degrees for an adult?
Isn’t it funny that even very cold water can not stop children from frolicking in the water : ) I love that : )
What a Great picture! Makes me want to do the beach this weekend for sure.
Fun photo! Is that Lake Michigan? I used to go there a lot when I was a kid. And yes, the blood in your legs stops moving because it’s that cold!
It’s always so stinkin’ cold at the Lake! It looks like the ocean but sure doesn’t feel like it!
You must be talking about 19 degrees Celsius!
19 degrees Fahrenheit would be an ice cube, (water freezes at 32) LOL!!
So convert the celsius (we don’t do the metric system here in Western NY) to Fahrenheit – it is about 66.2 degrees – but it is still much colder than our 98.6 body temp!!
Sure looks like they had a grand time! You take great pictures. I love to look at them.
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