Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Tied Up/Watery Wednesday

Lake Ontario near the end of sailing season

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29 comments:

Rose said...

I would love to go picture taking with you! You always find interesting subjects.

B SQUARED said...

I see your leaves are starting to change. Fall is in the air. I was in Ft. L last week. 95 every day and very oppressive humidity.

see you there! said...

Somebody has a lovely boat!

Darla

Grace and Bradley said...

So very calm and tempting. I would love to jump into that bot and sail away.

Tricia said...

In this pic, it looks like you're downhill from the horizon, which means the water should be gathering at the bottom of the photo where you're standing - An optical illusion, for sure! VERY COOL!

Bengbeng said...

such a beautiful serene pic. i love to b there

Small City Scenes said...

Neat picture. The sky is very pretty but the water looks COLD. It is getting chilly here at nighttime. In fact at 6:45 this morning is is gray and cold but will warm up to be a very nice day. in the 70s F. MB

Buenos Aires Photoblog said...

Must be great fun to sail on Lake Ontario! Well, the seasons come and go. While we are looking forward to seeing the spring, you are facing autumn. Both are not too bad. (;

kaye said...

sea and sky meeting on the horizon just beyond the focal point. so poetic

George said...

What a gorgeous picture. I really like your composition.

Cezar and Léia said...

It is almost a song! So beautiful and perfect scenery!
Léia

PERBS said...

ALL photos of water scenes I love. Yours are alwasy fantastic.

Craver Vii said...

Such a tall mast! Aren't they afraid of scratching the clouds?

judi said...

exquisite! so, now ya got a yacht?

cieldequimper said...

Let's go!

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Beautiful picture, EG... Someone (who probably owns the sailboat) has a pretty yard---right there on the lake. WOW!!!!

Love the Fall colors in the distance also.
Hugs,
Betsy

Leora said...

I would love to go for a sail in that boat. I haven't been sailing in far too long. Great scene.

ewok1993 said...

I can see some leaves starting to turn. Ah summer is but a memory already????

VALKYRIEN said...
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VALKYRIEN said...

Great photo! Looks like the boat is anchored to the lawn! They are not afraid of flooding, the people living there!

Sorry - I am the one who deleted two comments!

Jacob said...

What a gorgeous scene! I can just feel the cool breezes off the water...lovely!

Becky and Gary said...

I'd love to be sitting out there right now!
B.

storyteller said...

It's so hot here I'd LOVE to go sailing in that lovely boat this evening. Just looking at your wonderful watery photo is refreshing. I'm sharing a watery photo my sister took in South Bend, Washington at Small Reflections ;--)
Hugs and blessings,

lisaschaos said...

Oh I would love to go out on that boat!

Carletta said...

I hate to see the end of summer and if I lived there (sigh) I hate to see it even more.
It was light sweater weather here this morning.
Lovely shot!

Robin said...

What a perfect spot for a home, I've always wished I could live right on the water but it's not meant to be apparently, especially since I live in a country where bodies of water are not exactly abundant.

luna miranda said...

a relaxing photo...i wish i own that boat!:P

Eamon said...

And a little personal marina to boot. Note to self: I must work harder!

Carver said...

That's such an idyllic scene. I'd like to go for a sail there.

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