Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Watery Wednesday #54


If you anchor your sailboat in the basin and live aboard, you have to get ashore every once in a while for necessities. Otherwise, why would you ever leave the peace and tranquility of your own watery world? You're captain of your domain and master of the wheel and deck. Just give me an endless supply of books, gourmet provisions, barrels of fine wine and a wireless Internet connection. What am I forgetting? Oh, my first mate and the Peke. (He's snarling just thinking I'd leave him on the dock. Yes, I will find a life-jacket that fits...he has his yellow rain slicker all set to go.)


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13 comments:

Guy D said...

Fantastic shot, love the pink glare on the water. Well done.

Cheers
Guy
Regina In Pictures

J Bar said...

Wonderful shot. Great use of light.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

Lori Skoog said...

Frank...Do you have a boat? Our best to Dr. Porter.

Frank said...
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Frank said...

@ Lori - did you visit http://tampafloridaphoto.blogspot.com.
Take a look. Best best to you.

Creative Mish said...

Very nice! I especially love the silhouette of the row boat!

Don and Krise said...

That golden reflection. It's calling to you Frank. This is a beautiful shot. You're making a lot of people jealous you know.

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

excellent photo with great color and depth. Thanks for your comments on my website regarding the slot canyon photos. I am glad you are enjoying them.

Marju said...

Beautiful photos!

eileeninmd said...

This is a lovely shot. I love the light, well done!

Lois said...

The light is stunning in this picture Frank.

Jacob said...

Which sailboat is yours?

Does the wine have to be a special vintage or of a specific age?

You would also need some cameras...how else would you get such stunning evening shots as this one?

Sashindoubutsu said...

Fantastic photo. I could look at it for so, so long. Should I say more?