Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Watery Wednesday and a Tampa Cityscape


For Watery Wednesday, I thought I would shoot a simple image that captures the beauty of our city at the point where the Hillsborough River flows into the channel and the bay. Yes, even under drought conditions, and with water restrictions in place, we do have tons of freshwater surrounding us in our rivers and bays - just not underground in our aquafer.

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11 comments:

J Bar said...

Great cityscape.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

Denise said...

Awesome photograph!

Don and Krise said...

Simple and perfect Frank. Invites you in.

Arija said...

A beautiful sheet of water with lovely reflections as well as the sheer beauty of the cityscape in front of those rising white clouds. The buildings look like part of a castle, much more interesting than plain glass towers.

D said...

This could be a postcard!

your drought comment reminded me of
"water water everywhere and not a drop to drink"

mimi said...

what a beautiful view. the clouds has a reflection on the water.

Lois said...

It's pretty Frank! I like the way that big tall fluffy cloud is reflected in the water.

Jacob said...

Lovely shot what with the buildings etched into the sky. Sharp!

ChrisC and JonJ said...

Awesome!!!

Creative Mish said...

What a pretty picture that is!

Rogger Mcloud said...

This place reminds me to Palermo. Have you been in Palermo Lakes. Is a place in Buenos Aires very nice and is like this one. Similar to this one. I have rented some furnished apartments buenos aires near Palermo, and I walked almost every day to Palermo Lakes.