Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Idle/ Watery Wednesday

A beautiful Friday morning

It seemed lonely for this sailboat but in a few more hours, weekend would arrive.  Activity! Motor boats and other water craft, swimmers. picnickers...

You can find more photos celebrating Watery Wednesday at http://waterywednesday.blogspot.com

 

38 comments:

see you there! said...

Somehow this reminds me that summer is coming to an end. Hope the owners good another good weekend out of it.

Darla

Cezar and Léia said...

Maybe someone is preparing a restoration.But, it looks beautiful and very well care.
Great shot!
Léia

BJ Roan said...

Beautiful, serene, I wish I were climbing in for a sail, instead of leaving for work. ;(

Shammickite said...

Meet you at the end of the dock, we'll sail over to the far shore.

Small City Scenes said...

It looks like what happens here when the tide goes out. Everything is left high and dry for a few hours. LOL MB

niko said...

nice view! I can stay there the whole day just watching the fishes at the sea..

Lucka said...

Beautiful shot and little bit sad mood.

kaye said...

a perfect summer photo . . .

George said...

I would much prefer to have this beauty than any motorboat. This is a wonderful picture for Watery Wednesday.

EcoRover said...

Hope the lonely boat found some company. So many sit unused, years even at a time. Brings to mind the two happiest moments of a man's life: the day he buys his boat, and the day he sells it. Not necessarily in that order.

'Tsuki said...

hahaha ! C'est un bateau qui ne veut pas se mouiller, celui-là...

ewok1993 said...

the calm before the storm (of activities). love the capture.

2sweetnsaxy said...

It almost looks odd sitting up out of the water like that. Nice shot.
:-)

Siromade said...

Everyone is still preparing for the weekend getaway...I'm sure it will be all busy. Beautiful shot of the sailboat.

Manang Kim said...

Like that shot very cool!
Watery Wednesday

Rebecca said...

Hmmm...that should be in the water catching some wind!

Coffeeveggie addict. said...

Nice capture!a very calm and peaceful place

J Bar said...

Great shot.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

Greyscale Territory said...

A serene, beautiful photo! Love the view!

Farmchick said...

Beautiful blue in this photo.

Al said...

Fantastic! I'd love to be on that water. I used to love boats but now I live in the middle of a very dry area.

Ebie said...

Can't wait for the weekend to come and enjoy the beach to cool off!

The clouds and skies and telling me it was a beautiful day!

Arija said...

Looks like James Bon sailed in it and landed high and dry.

Hilda said...

It does look lonely out of the water like that. Glad to know it'll be having lots of fun soon. :)

Perry said...

That is an interesting shot. :-) First thing I thought was if it were waiting for high tide to float again. Here is my entry.

Carolyn Ford said...

this boat is resting up for the activity of the weekend! I'd love to be there myself!

Boom Nisanart said...

Nice shot ! love the way the boat has been lifted up

Francisca said...

Funny what 'Tsuki said, a boat that doesn't want to get wet... :-D This is a serene spot that will soon come alive for end-summer fun...

Luna Miranda said...

even the boat needs a break every now and then.:p lovely place.

Ann said...

Auckland has more boats per head than any where else.

My non boat owner told me, " Look at all those boats in the marina. people spent all their money on buying their boats, then they have no money to sail the boats because they have to work many jobs to pay the bank. or to pay for the gas."

Your photo makes me think of that.

Lesley said...

Even sailboats need a rest. And a bit of drying off!

JOE TODD said...

And all to soon there will be ice

jewwishes said...

What a serene and lovely scene, with wonderful blends of nature.

Tricia said...

Someone left it there? Wouldn't they be afraid someone would steal it?

Wifey10 said...

Interesting sky I noticed, it seems to be of different colours isn't it?

Good day!

Janneke said...

Beautiful shot!

eileeninmd said...

Beautiful shot, but it does seem like the boat should be in the water.

SandyCarlson said...

I like that. Looks so restful. And warm.

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