Saturday, May 29, 2010

White Boat/ SOOC

On Lake of Bays, Ontario

Another photo taken on Mother's Day, which we spent enjoying the scenery around Lake of Bays.

  To see more photos Straight Out Of the Camera (SOOC) visit Jan at http://www.murrieta365.com

15 comments:

Jacob said...

I was wondering if you got out in a boat...that would be a wonderful way to enjoy that day and take a few photos, too!

Jan said...

Looks like a little wave action going on there.

SandyCarlson said...

I like this very much.
Today I practiced some origami; I succeeded (at long last) to fold a mandarin duck. Could be that's all I see right now, but I think I do see the shape of that duck in this boat!

Kathy said...

You have SOOOOO much water around you. What a great place to live!

Gardening in a Sandbox said...

Wonder where they are going. Valerie

B SQUARED said...

Looks a little choppy. Better take a dramamine.

Greyscale Territory said...

The white boat creates a sense of holiday atmosphere to the beautiful scene!

Small City Scenes said...

Little choppy out there. A couple of white caps---small though. I am just sitting home in the rain and gray. MB

ShutterHappyJenn said...

Looks like a fun day to go boating. :)

My SOOC shot is posted HERE. Happy weekends!

Ann said...

you got the lake all to yourself?

Merisi said...

You captured what I am dreaming about: A sunny day by the lake! Beautiful! :-)

Cezar and Léia said...

It must be lovely and exciting to take a ride!
God bless you!
Cezar

Sherrie said...

Hi!
That looks like a powerful boat. Could take a spin around the lake and be home for lunch. Have a great day!

Sherrie
A View of My Life
http://splummer-aviewofmylife.blogspot.com/2010/05/straight-out-of-camera_30.html

see you there! said...

Love the view of the lake with the mountain behind it. Wouldn't love riding in the choppy water tho.

Darla

Patti said...

I can feel some motion on the water

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