Beach Link-Up 2016 - Youths For Christ
by Ramona Williams
(Huddersfield, St. Mary)
Bagnold Spring Foursquare Church Youths
Photo Contest Entry #20 - Beach Link-Up 2016 - Youths For Christ
Good vibes happens on the tide. It was a day planned from the beginning of the year, a day much anticipated, a day well collaborated.
Location "Sugar Pot Ruins" in Rio Neuvo St. Mary, privately owned and absolutely beautiful scenery.
We had such fun playing beach ball, dominoes and cards.
We listened to music through our portable radio, laughed, swam and ate together.
This day was like no other because despite the savings, sacrifice and determination; persons travelling from far and wide, it wouldn't have been as great as it was had it not been for the love and devotion we have for each other.
This photo was taken my one of our youth member who is a certified photographer.
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