A growing archive of pictures - frequent additions from my other blogs - Message in a Milk Bottle and the most recent - M2
Very artistic.. great crisp colors.
Have I seen this before? or was it blue...
Is that using a filter Lucy? - most striking.
Hello Faye and BLOGitse and Hermes - this boat really is yellow with red blodges. I've always admired it and have long wished to take a photo of it before it is re-painted but it has always been bobbing around, just out of reach on the water when I have passed by. Then, on the day I took the photo with the girl on the rocks . . . there it was, all bright on the beach for a change. Hurray. It's the owner who is really to be congratulated!Lucy
Colorful and beautiful! Cheers me up! :) Thanks for your comments!
Oh this is just fabulous. It should be on the wall
I hope they don't repaint it...it is beautiful as it is!
That is such a quality shot of something most people would overlook. The coloring is fantastic. Great eye as always Lucy!
Hello Viola, Mo, Sujomi and Chuck.The boat has been like this for quite a while. I suppose it will have to be re-painted one day but, in the meantime, if it were to capsize, it would be easily noticed on the water!Lucy
Oh! Blogitse - I forgot to say . . no, I haven't photographed this boat before. I don't know which one you are thinking of but you should be able to find it by clicking on 'Boats' in the sidebar.Lucy
I like the bright colours.
Beautiful colors on the boat and a very nice shot!
What striking colors!
Lucy, I just discovered your blog. Your photos are wonderful. I have spent a very pleasant few minutes browsing your archives and will be back to finish when time permits. I would love to live live by the sea. Those photos always speak to my soul.
Nice shot! Love the colors and the fading.http://reesspace.blogspot.com/2010/09/color-carnival-57.html
Great picture on the old boat !I also hope that they don´t repaint it :)Happy colorful weekend :)
Real accidental artistry! Don't let them paint it!
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