Saturday, April 17, 2010

Georgian Bay/ SOOC

Early Spring before any boats are on the bay

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20 comments:

Jacob said...

Just beautiful! Is that big red building a hotel or some kind of inn.
Where's all the green?

Kathy said...

I'll take the white house on the hill, thank you.

mirage2g said...

The blueness of the water is lovely...the colors of the houses are so complementing the water and the whole photo in general!

George said...

What a beautiful, peaceful scene!

EG Wow said...

Hey Jacob, it's not very green here yet! And we even had a bit of snow last night, although it melted as soon as it landed on anything.

wenn said...

such calm water! Happy SOOC!

Shammickite said...

Gorgeous view but I bet that water is c-c-c-cold!

Jan said...

A lot of water shots, today. Yours is fantastic.

Leif Hagen said...

Where's a canoe when ya' need one?!!

Becky and Gary said...

I visited Georgian Bay once when I was a teen. I went with a friend and her family. We camped for a week and fished every day. I had a wonderful time even though one morning we had a skunk in our tent!
B.

ilanadavita said...

What an inviting place!
You should work for the ministry of tourism.

Small City Scenes said...

Gorgeous shot. What are the buildings used for. I love the very rural look. MB

judi said...

everything is better without boats. Mostly.

Greyscale Territory said...

Beautiful, serene setting, though a couple of those buildings look as if they could be awaiting summer tourists?

Judy said...

Looks so quiet and peaceful! Beautiful capture!

A Garden of Threads said...

Looks a little cold still, but the color of the water is beautiful, great with the red barn. Have a wonderful day and take care.

Gardening in a Sandbox said...

The water looks a little chilly yet doesn't it? It won't be long until that is a busy place to be. Valerie

momgen said...

What a nice view my dear. Thanks for sharing. happy SOOC Sunday.

MIne is here

Jenn said...

I LOVE the scenery, this photo really makes me want to visit! Happy SOOC Sunday :)

Wammy said...

I could jsut move into anyone of the houses. I wonder if there are any big fish in those choppy waters?

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