Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Rickety, Rickety Dock/ Watery Wednesday

Warped dock on peninsula jutting into Lake Ontario

I suspect sea gulls may be the only ones safe on this old dock. What do you think?

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35 comments:

see you there! said...

You won't catch me tip toeing out there. No way!

Darla

B SQUARED said...

I can think of a few people I'd like to see take a long walk on it.

Rebecca said...

Rickety dock for sure, the kind for photos not actually using!

Small City Scenes said...

Not too many people using that dock. Makes for a great picture though. MB

Denise said...

Well, I'm not sitting on it ;) I'll leave it to the seagulls! Love this image though and I would love to visit it.

Spiderdama said...

Maybe a great way to try the water:-)
The picture is a little bit sad, but beautiful.

ewok1993 said...

You may be right. Where's the rest of it?

NatureFootstep said...

I don´t know about teh ducks, but I would not try it for sure.
Nice capture though. :)

Snap said...

I think you are correct. Love the title of the post. Lovely shot.

mirage2g said...

I wouldn't dare try but it's a lovely scene...

Hero said...

It´s lovely to look at, but I won´t sit on it! lovely picture:)

Craver Vii said...

Warped dock... You mean like a deranged medic?

Yeah, probably only suitable for seagulls.

ρομπερτ said...

Looks like the final line of a poem to me. Wonderful sight ! Please have a nice Wednesday.

daily athens

Bonnie Bonsai said...

Very interesting!

There's beauty everywhere! And a watery sight like this reminds me of home and some parts here.

Joyce said...

Your title tells it all! That dock has seem better days and I bet there are some great stories there.

Dharma Shots said...

You made a wonderful photo...and no not me too...

eileeninmd said...

Pretty scene, I wouldn't walk on that dock though!

Jacob said...

Oops! B Squared is so funny. But I would have to share the same sentiment.

SandyCarlson said...

Best to wear a swimsuit to that place of pierless beauty!

J Bar said...

Good one.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

Luna Miranda said...

a peaceful scene. i'd probably check out this dock, in my swimsuit.:p

Becky and Gary said...

Yep, I agree, but it looks like a super fishing sopt. Lead me to it!
B.

Ebie said...

You made me laugh....I'll fall (maybe) if I stepped on it, LOL!

Michelle said...

Hmmm...that dock isn't looking very useful these days!

kaye said...

lake ontario looks like an ocean to me :)

Jientje said...

It looks like a quiet and peaceful place. I can imagine some water birds hiding in the reed. Beautiful!

Riet said...

Wow, how beautiful this scene is. great shot

Cezar and Léia said...

For me it's a wonderful movie scenery!
Léia

KaHolly said...

A sight I see often!! You know, someone else posted (I think from Ohio) a few days ago about the influx of Red Admirals this year on the very same day I saw my first ever two!! It must be The Year of the Red Admiral! ~karen

EG Wow said...

Lake Ontario looks like an ocean to me too, Kaye!

Rose said...

It sure doesn't look safe to me...

George said...

I'm not sure that even the gulls should be using that dock. But it certainly does add 'atmosphere' to this scene.

2sweetnsaxy said...

I think you're right! LOL!

Ann said...

may be too many people been diving from it. We have one just like this and kids dive all the time.

Linnea W said...

Yeah...I'd be afraid to set foot on that! It makes for a beautiful scene though!

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