Wednesday, October 28, 2009

WATERY Wednesday #59

Tucked in on the Tampa side of the Howard Franklin Bridge over Old Tampa Bay, south of the bridge and interstate, is an area that for many years was the Tampa Bay Marina. Many folks have fond (OK, not all fond) memories of coming in and out of the docks there at all hours of the day and night. The marina itself is long gone and was replaced by streets, office complexes, homes and parking lots and garages. But in between and behind some of the buildings, and still surrounding the homes going out on the finger called Mariner Drive are canals (and even a nice size bayou.) One canal has rows of sailboats and a few powerboats at dock and up on davits behind homes. It can't get more "watery" then this scene.
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Jacob said...

A beautiful boats and water...very well done, Frank!

Don and Krise said...

I agree. A nice relaxed atmosphere to this shot. I wouldn't mind stepping into one of those boats and taking a cruise.

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nobu said...

Very peaceful scene, nice.
By the way, is it stll hot there?

magicpolaroid said...

hello Frank! that summer vision!
about ur question, my last shots (X processed) are from analog Horizon camera, from Russia, the effect is 120 degrees of vision,
here is a link where u can discover this beautiful camera:

Frank said...

@ Nobu - Yes, after a couple of days of cooler weather, it's back to high temps. They forecast we will break heat records with a 90-degree high today and high 80s through the rest of the week.

@ MagicPolaroid - Thanks. I will check out the Horizon. Very interesting affects.