Wednesday, September 12, 2007

Endless blue

Fort Myers Beach

We are leaving here
with a glance at the Pier,
where the sea meets the sky.

The Parachutist loops
as the pelicans swoop
and we all get ready to fly...

Isabella ;-)

17 comments:

Moi said...

poetry comes naturally to you :D
love the title for the lovely pic, Isabella

Olivier said...

tres belle photo, cette sensation d'infini qui nous fait entrer dans la mer, la reunion de la mer et du ciel.
et toujours tes poesies qui accompagnent tes posts, superbe

very beautiful photograph, this feeling of infinite which inserts to us in the sea, the meeting of the sea and the sky.
and always your poetries which accompany your posts, superb

Peter said...

... and your inspiration seems also to be "endless". Of course you are helped by the inspirational and nice environment! I often said, almost too nice to be true!

Frank said...

Is this the "Blues"? Ok, maybe not but it's certainly a nice way to start the day.

JoAnn - NL "My digital eyes" :) said...

Hi Isabella, Talking about from to a 'poetry-person' You can do a good job in that also! Love the 'walk' to where ever very mysterious, I like that,

YES! Thanks Ios and I are doing much better (hehe fter 14 days it should be!) :) Thanks you're really sweet to me.

:) JoAnn

I saw again something awfull on the news today , about pigs all (too much)together "packed in a truck' for whatever reason, blood came out, so terrible! I just feel sad about that fact...hate that, they are making a law against packing too much animals in 1 truck, Poor animals.... (sad face)

Abraham Lincoln said...

A nice photograph. A pleasant walk listening to the sound of the water and feeling the breeze on your face. What a life.

Nikon said...

I like the shot - nice poem, too :)

Felicia said...

Hi Isabella, nice photo and you are quite the poet! Reminds me of the piers in SD, although ours are wider.

Steve Buser said...

Isabella, kind of redefines "Blues" as we normally think of them

--steve buser
New Orleans Daily Photo

Rauf said...

Izzidee sweetest, in my country the sky is very close, we walk on the sea reach the place where sea meets the sky and then climb on to the sky and pick up a couple of clouds and bring home and make water.

Kate said...

A very blue scene. The perceptive of the pier fascinates me.

Linda said...

Well, girl, you're a poet and didn't know it. I read it to the end and thought I would see someone else's name. Love photos that go into infinity.

JAM said...

Beautiful shot. I can't believe I don't see any fishing rods out there. The Gulf looks calmer than a lake when you took this.

I assume from the poem that you're heading north, if so, have a good trip.

Sonia said...

Beautiful! Beautiful!

Gwen said...

Hi Isabella,

This is a beautiful pier shot, I like how the pier walkway leads you into the center of the photo visually, and the blue is sparkling...no snakes on the bike path yet, by the way!

Lessie said...

ahhh! This is my childhood memory of the beach. :) Lessie

Cuentos said...

Beautiful post. I like the picture and the poem.
Saludos, Mariana C.