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Singing at Sea 2016! {Photos} Part 1

Hello Neighbors!

  Modesty here today with another photography feature.  This time I want to feature some photos from the SAS2016.  For those of you un-familiar with the SAS --- the Singing at Sea is a family-friendly (all bars, casinos, etc. are closed down for the duration) Christian cruise vacation that features 25 of your favorite Southern Gospel Artists (such as Tribute Quartet, the Inspirations, the Kingsmen, the LeFevre Quartet, the Kingdom Heirs, the Mark Trammel Quartet, Soul'd Out Quartet, Wilburn & Wilburn, etc.).


My three sisters and myself had a very memorable five days full of fun, food (you will not leave hungry, that's for sure!), fellowship, teaching, singing, and wonderful time with friends.  All of the following photos were taken by me, and if you're interested you can see more at www.memoriesbymodesty.com.  Part 1 will be featuring some photos of and around the ship, and in following parts we will feature the ports, the food, the singing, etc.

Part 1 - Around the Ship

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The Carnival Paradise!


The Atrium!


This is the very top of the Atrium at nighttime.  


The top deck features a jogging track, mini golf, basketball hoop, and more.


Chess, anyone?


How about a game of Bean Bag Toss?


Or perhaps you'd rather go for a swim?  


And then you can dry off with one of these ...


Hungry?  Always plenty of food to be had!


To be honest, outside of the singing and spending time with friends, one of my favorite parts was the early mornings on deck.

Doing morning devotions while sitting there watching the sun rise over the water... it was truly so peaceful and breathtaking.  


The SAS2016 was an experience I will never forget, and I hope you enjoyed getting to see some of the photos from our week.  Which of my photos above was your favorite?  Leave a comment and let us know, and be sure to check back for Part 2!

Comments

Jackie said…
The photos are beautiful and it sounds like a nice cruise. I would love to take a cruise with my three sisters.
Leela said…
That looks like a lot of fun!

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