Saturday, December 13, 2008



Roiling turquoise waters stirred up at the Shaw Island ferry-landing paint an irresistable portrait adventure.

22 comments:

Anonymous said...

January looks to be vacate with numerous travel dates available...XOXO

jeff@sally said...

Wish we could all go right now! :) But I would rather land on San Jaun Island so I could visit my dear Aunti and Uncle.

Jamie Dawn said...

Those are some busy, pretty waters.
I can feel the movement in this photo.

Ariel the Thief said...

Yes, the water is painting there! Wonderful picture.

DJ Kirkby said...

I've given you an award over on my Chez Aspie blog

Doug said...

That's a great color. I had a matchbox car that color which was my favorite until I lost it down the stairs.

Nessa said...

I love the pattern the foam makes on the water's surface.

Fred said...

This would make a great puzzle.

Keshi said...

I love the green green water!

Keshi.

Cheesemeister said...

Riding the ferry would be a good adventure--if only I didn't get sea sick so easily!

Hobbes said...

Interesting contrast.
Don't feel like swimming though.

Mo'a said...

You are taking some amazing photos.
The Jolasveinar are back and asked me why Terry had not come to visit...I told them that I have been bad and not visiting all my friends while I was creating them.

yellowdog granny said...

i swear im getting sea sick...
great picture.

Dr.John said...

Great picture. It almost seems as if that building is about to be swept away.

Kingcover said...

Does that mean that if the water had managed to go up over that little building that it could have had a free green paint-job??? Hehehehehe ;-)

Northern musings said...

That looks amazing - just the sort of place I would love to visit!

CozyMama said...

great pic. i got a new spot! it's me Jodes, come by. ;)

Lone Grey Squirrel said...

Very nice photo. I enjoyed it.

Toby said...

Very (n)ice indeed.

Living in Wisconsin all I see is ice. The ripples look like cracks in said ice that I always see.

K

Jamie Dawn said...

Nothing new on your blog lately.
:-(

I wish you and your loved ones a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.
Enjoy this season to the fullest!!

javajazz said...

happy happy, kids.
just checkin' in.
hope you're doing okay buddy...
xoxo

cat said...

that's an incredible colour. i'd be afraid to be in that building...it looks like the water's been at least to the floor line.

wow.