Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Jackson's Point/ Watery Wednesday

Still quiet

Victoria Day weekend  (May 21 to 24) is the unofficial beginning of the summer holiday season. But now the harbour is still quiet.

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32 comments:

Rose said...

It won't be long until it is hopping with activitiy, then!

Jenn Jilks said...

I adore the shoulder seasons - great weather, peace and quiet!

Patti said...

Ah yes, the nice weather is just about here. ;-)

Happy WW on Tuesday ~

Leif Hagen said...

Happy Tuesday! A lovely watery Wednesday harbor photo! Where's your canoe?

Small City Scenes said...

very quiet ans WET. MB

see you there! said...

I'll bet there are some folks anxiously awaiting the time to get out the boats.

Darla

Grace and Bradley said...

The weather must be still chilly up in your area. The harbor must be very busy when the warmer days approach.

Cheri said...

Lovely water shot - we prefer to travel in the quiet off season. So much nicer than the crowds!

Annelie said...

Ooooops! A lot of water there!
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√ A-choo ! said...

Looks like downtown Nashville, Tennessee. They are having one historic flood there now.

Michelle said...

That water looks unreal and I love all the farm signs below.

cieldequimper said...

That blue is fantastic. Almost the colour I need for my new quilt project. Can't find the fabric...

Robin said...

Something about this photo brings back memories of Lake Skaneateles - one of the Finger Lakes in upstate NY, where I used to spend the fourth of July each summer.

I'm not quite sure what triggered the memories but they're lovely ones, so thank you for whatever it was :).

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Craver Vii said...

The low profile makes it look like the buildings are partially submerged.

amatterofhowyouseeit.com said...

Soon it will be very busy as summer approaches!

Carolyn Ford said...

I say you enjoy it now while the crowds are still "asleep." Very nice.

ewok1993 said...

enjoy the quiet - as you say it won't be long before the crowds arrive. well even then, it's fun to photograph people having fun.

eileeninmd said...

Looks kind of quiet for now. I'm sure it will be very bush soon! Great shot!

Ebie said...

Yes, I agree, it looks so calm and serene!

J Bar said...

Great harbour shot.
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Hilda said...

I guess you should enjoy the peace and quiet while it lasts.

Lina Gustina said...

Lovely shot :)


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momgen said...

Wow I like to do the boating...happy WW!

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luna miranda said...

it's probably still a bit cold to enjoy the water. but they'll come, you see.:p

Ann said...

The water level looks so high, and gives the illusion of a flood.

Will you be boating?

Riet said...

What a beautiful harbour, still nice and quiet. Nice shot

Hootin' Anni said...

I'm sure soon it'll be filled with vacationers and people wanting a day of fun.

We went birding last week...today's post for my blog is all kinds of coastal bird photos. Do take a side trip over to my place if you can find some time to view many waterfowl.

COASTAL BIRDING

Have a super day my friend.

Judy said...

I like the quiet harbors. Pretty shot of this one.

siromade08 said...

Nice photo, looks like it's flooding..

Gardening in a Sandbox said...

With this nice weather we are having May 2-4 will be abuzz at the marinas. Valerie

Amanda said...

So serene and peaceful.

Shammickite said...

My husband kept a sailboat there quite a few summers ago.

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