To bring photos from my minds eye - to the public through the lens of my Nikon D90 ∧ D80
What a beauty! It's so colorful and looks like stacks of books.
Hey.. I didn't know it had been so long since I'd been by... first congratulations on your anniversary!! You have a pretty wife and a pretty mother-in-law!!second, Loved, loved, loved the rainbow pictures! third, Hard to imagine someone cutting down that old,old, tree. Glad you have a piece of it. Loved the carvings! fourth, the boats on the water.. the barge with all the cargo.. the people so small looking in the top window, fifth, the gutter that ran across the window ??Thanks for the advice. I just don't like the scrambled word thingys. They make me have to try to post three or four times... I'll just let here and there have their fun!! and warn others about them!!
Ships were a big part of my childhood, iMac. What lens were you usng for this series of shots?
This reminds me of the barges that go down the Cape Cod Canal! My kids always "win" if they are the first one to spot a barge when we drive over one of the Canal bridges. =)Thank you for your very kind comment on my blog today! I hope to have some scenic photos soon... it's been a long, dreary winter and there still is no color outside here other than "blah"! lol
Wow what a beautiful set of photos, cant' wait to see more. Sounds like you have a lot of great photos to share with us.
Welcome back. I bet you couldn't containerself when this passed by!
Oh, I see lego's galore...love the pictures, very eyecatching work.Sandi
Great captures.. that container ship is BIG
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