The photograph below of my father and brother, buried in sand, seems to fit the bill admirably.
More beach photos
My brother looks a bit disgruntled here. You can tell this must be the 1950 's - these were the days before the anti-smoking campaigns and my father is happy to enjoy his cigarette. And why am I wearing an unflattering bathing hat, as I could barely swim? I suppose to keep dry my long hair which was usually in plaits,
Digging for victory in this wartime photograph.
Exploring the Sand!
My little brother in a fetching knitted costume.
My cousin fielding a giant ball.
Taking a ride!
On Blackpool Beach
A brief bit of fun in the midst of war - my Uncle Harry in North Africa
Enjoying Ourselves - even in a howling wind on the Isle of Iona - May 2004.
And Finally - The peace and pleasure of a lonely beach on Iona - July 2016
Sepia Saturday gives bloggers an opportunity
to share their family history through photographs.