Tarzan half started as though to rush through the surf and strike out for the already moving steamer; but realizing the futility of so rash an act he halted at the water's edge
Here and there a fisherman's bundle of brushwood would be burning at the water's edge
, and sending its light far and wide over the surface.
So they sat down upon the bank and gazed wistfully at the Scarecrow until a Stork flew by, who, upon seeing them, stopped to rest at the water's edge
At The Water's Edge
by Sally Hayden, photography Earl Carter, is published by Ryland Peters & Small, priced PS19.
Water's Edge, in particular, is classic Cave, with a diabolical courting ritual between "city girls" cavorting at the water's edge
and "local boys" bewitched by their actions, all described by a possessed narrator who sees the world beyond their play.
DRESSED FOR THE PART: Children at the Water's Edge
Day Nursery in Elland with Pc Andrea Sagar (
The name of the book is "Shore Decor: Design at the Water's Edge
The capital's Corniche has a fence at the water's edge
to prevent people from falling into the water.
City at the Water's Edge
A Natural History of New York By Betsy McCully 185 pages, hardcover $24.
From an early New York region before Ellis Island immigrants to Manhattan's geological riches, CITY AT THE WATER'S EDGE
makes for lively, involving reading.
We are giving away TWO weekend breaks at The Water's Edge
including two nights' bed and breakfast and one evening meal.
I'm trying to educate homeowners about leaving buffer zones at the water's edge
and planting native trees and shrubs," she says.