Saturday, March 14, 2009

Heading out to sea

©2009 ShootingMyUniverse

©2009 ShootingMyUniverse

©2009 ShootingMyUniverse

11 comments:

Kallen305 said...

Beautiful boat shots! I am so glad it's getting warmer out for the fishermen.

A New England Life said...

The first thing I noticed in the second shot was the house in the background with the widows walk and impressive windows. Very old New England.

You must have been up and out early for these shots Steve if they were headed out to sea. I agree Kim, they surely will be enjoying warmer temps in coming days.

Eve said...

These three pictures each have totally different tones here Steve. They are all three beautiful. Nice work! I love the architecture too.

Steve B said...

Hi Kim, I'm with you. It's time for spring.

Hi Sheron, I really like that old victorian too. These shots were all taken ~after~ work on my walks in the last two weeks. Fishing boats leave the Harbor at all times of the day and night.

Thanks Eve, The Princess Laura shots were taken at about 5:00 the week before the time change and the Aaron & Milissa (the red boat) was taken as the sun was setting in the west.

Kelly said...

...those homes in the background are just gorgeous. You live in a very photogenic city! The sun reflecting on the first boat is so nice...the warmth of the sun paired with the cold of the snow. Love the blue in front of the maroon in the 2nd.

Jenny said...

Hi Steve, I particularly like the first shot. Such a warm colour and mirrored in the trees beyond. Lovely!

Natural Moments said...

Looks like a very beautiful town and region that you live in Steve.

Michele said...

Ah, to see the boats on the water is refreshing.
Not a sight I am familiar with but always a delight to see!
Beautiful scenery!

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Steve B said...

Hi Kelly, The homes in the background are part of East Gloucester and some are very pricy.

I must say Jenny and Natural Moments, this is what I look at every morning when I'm eating my breakfast. B and I joke, it's our million dollar view, we look over at the million dollar properties...but they have to look at us!

Hi Michele, In my younger days when I lived in land locked areas, we would vacation in an area like this. I’ve been here for two and a half years and it still feels like vacation.

Mary said...

You see this every morning? How wonderful! I especially like the first shot -- really beautiful!

VALKYRIEN said...

Wonderful shots! I fell at once for the first one; the color of the trees picked up in the slightly brighter color in the boat!

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