Saturday, February 17, 2007

Back to the beach

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"I must go down to the seas again, for the call of the running tide
Is a wild call and a clear call that may not be denied;
And all I ask is a windy day with the white clouds flying,
And the flung spray and the blown spume, and the sea-gulls crying."


John Masefield Sea Fever

15 comments:

james said...

hey, another great shot. a bird room with a view....you're isabella tag connects back to wordpress.

ruth said...

I like these two little guys looking just the same. Lovely place to be today. Enjoy the warm weekend!

Mimmu said...

I can feel an atmosphere there!
Wonderful changing colour in the water of sea.

Kate said...

Can't beat nature's work. Love it!

Chris & Deb said...

Beautiful setting! Relax and enjoy your weekend!!

Olivier said...

superbe ta photo, je t'ai cherche sur la plage, mais tu devais te cacher, je ne t'ai pas trouver ;o) bon tant pis Evry retourne dans la banlieue de Paris.
Passe un bon weekend

superb your photograph, I have seek you on the beach, but you were to hide you, I do not have to find you; O) good so much worse Evry turns over in the suburbs of Paris. Pass a good weekend

Dsole said...

Lovely colour!! You're so lucky

Frank said...

I imagine that one of those bird just screamed, "eeekk, my feet got wet!"
As you can see, I need a vacation.

freelancer said...

Great shot, I don't heard the sea-gulls crying ;)

Pat said...

I've never been to Florida but looking at your photos makes me want to go! And I love that poem by Masefield.

Lovely!

(Thanks for visiting my blog)

Helen said...

I love water shots! This one make me miss the ocean alot!

Lavender Lady said...

I can feel the water on my toes as I look at this shot.

Oya said...

Again, you bring sunshine and beaty into my room:) Have a nice , warm weekend...

Chuckeroon said...

YES!!! Good one, Izzy. The old skiffs are probably teak or mohaganny...(thanks to that Empire!!) Today...you guessed, plastic hulls. But the building still goes on to special order e.g the two upcoming new racing punts. Imagine: two girls 1890-1910 dress, large hats, parasols, in the back with rudder ropes over their shoulders; two chaps rowing, straw boaters, white flannels and striped blazers!!!

Kuanyin said...

Now this is what I wanted to see when I visited Naples. Instead that awful red tide was there. I hope you don't have that anymore. At least I can see your gorgeous water in a photo. Thanks for letting me know about the upcoming event.