Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Boating/ Watery Wednesday

Leaving a boat launch on Lake Scugog

This was taken a few weeks ago when the weather was much warmer! Boats are still in the water here but boaters are wearing more clothes.

I am linking to Watery Wednesday where you can find many more watery photos.

34 comments:

Buttons said...

Oh I sure would love to be on that boat but with my fishing pole and my Dad. B

KleinsteMotte said...

That's a great picture. I don't link to blogs much. Why do you?

Elisa said...

It´s a picture of holidays!

Kim, USA said...

These is the photos of summer missed it already ^_^

see you there! said...

Ha! My first thought was it must be pretty warm in Canada.

Darla

Sandra said...

my old eyes saw boring watery wed in the thumbnail, i was happy to see boating when it opened since I thought she never takes boring shots.

Roan said...

It's chilly here this morning and bound to be colder as the days go by. I like seeing summer fun.

Kate said...

It is a very sleek watercraft and must be lots of fun. Great reflections, too. Why aren't the adults wearing lifejackets, but at least the child is! Right now a canoe or kayak seems more my speed.

Judy said...

This would also make a good reflection shot. Nice way to end the summer.

TexWisGirl said...

really nice reflections!

Jacob said...

That doth look like fun! I like the reflection, too. And those houses! I'll bet this is Lake Simcoe...right?

Dawn said...

There's something so wonderful about being out on the water.
Nice reflections!

Halcyon said...

Looks like fun! I am missing the summer, but looking forward to the colors of fall.

Paulie said...

Great action shot and great reflection also!

Rose said...

Hey, this reminds me...I did get on google earth after another post you did about this lake, anyway I did look up this place and the surroundings...beautiful country up that way.

Luna Miranda said...

that's a sleek boat...i wish we have more of these around here instead of our old-fashioned outriggers.:p

EG Wow said...

Kate,
I have NO idea why the adults are not wearing life jackets as it's illegal to not wear them.
EG

EG Wow said...

Hi KleinsteMotte,

I like playing memes because they make me take photos of things I might not think of otherwise. It makes me think :ouside the box." :)

Reader Wil said...

Wonderful boat trip! This photo is also a great weekend reflection!

Dianne said...

A beautiful "watery wednesday" pic with wonderful reflections!

Kay L. Davies said...

The thought that first came to my mind was of my mother, many years ago, saying, "Don't stand up in the boat!" LOL
— K

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

Gemma Wiseman said...

A great image filled with holiday exhileration! And love the reflected colours and shapes in the water!

Lesley said...

The first thing I noticed is that these are normal houses and not cottages with a lakefront property. Then I realized the lack of life jackets. Something the whole world is now seeing!

Janie said...

Great reflections. The water looks fine for swimming or water skiing.

forgetmenot said...

Looks like so much fun--everyone here is getting ready to put their boats up for the winter. Summer is officially over - too bad. Mickie :)

Randy said...

Wait for me!

Ebie said...

Smooth action shot! I'll make us of the summer season before the cold sets in!

Debbie Smith said...

The best part of summer are times like these!!

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Nikki said...

Great photo... love the reflections...

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Karen said...

A very colourful shot, and a great reflections!

Linnea said...

fun, fun, fun...before winter comes!

Genie said...

There you go with those gorgeous colorful reflections in the water. How I love it when they show up on the computer screen. What a treat for the old eyes. They all look like they are having a great time. Lovely capture. genie

Emille said...

Love especially the reflections of the boat -so vibrant!

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