Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Romeo and a little harbour

Resting after a hard day's work on the marsh.

Boat slips at Allen's harbour.

A sweet little harbour.

I love the way they cover the boats in plastic wrap for the winter.

I should look up the name of the little river for at the moment I don't know it.

The bridge over the river was built in 1955.

20 comments:

marianne said...

The sky is even bluer than the water!
lovely pictures again!
Isn´t this the cat who posed with his legs in the air last year?

Teri C said...

Such a beautiful place. I love Romeo enjoying the sun.

Lynn said...

Are you alone on this island? One could wonder...kitty looks so at peace with himself. thanks for sharing.

Blue Sky Dreaming said...

You are taking quite a tour around the area. Sweet little harbor and that blue blue sky!

Cris, Artist in Oregon said...

Wow.. you do look like your alone in the world there. Hard to believe that this is a going thing in summer right now. :)

katie jane said...

Lovely photos, Suki. I missed yesterday's post until now. I so love the beach when it is deserted. We always take our beach vacations after Labor Day, so we can avoid the summer crowds. Thanks for sharing.

Kim said...

Look at the color of that water and the sky! They are truly beautiful. I really love the composition of your photographs and the colors you have been able to pull from this winter environment!

Truly Beautiful!

studio lolo said...

ooooh, more delightful photos that begin with the letter "C!"
Cats and the cape :)

Teri and the cats of Furrydance said...

Suki

Love the cat in the wicker chair, all the stripes and patterns. The harbor, though quiet, makes me think of sea scent and winter grasses rustling.

Lovely and relaxing and 3 nights of divine sleep. I am happy for you there!

kj said...

serene & priceless.
are you painting?

Jude said...

Header is lovely, methinks you're feeling a little more positive?
Yes, I agree, are you alone? Beautiful surroundings with or without company

Honour said...

oh the sun looks warm and beckoning there .... the pictures are nice ... like Lynn's they remind me that spring is still ahead of me!

sukipoet said...

My computer and/or internet connection sometimes allows me to post comments and other times does not. so I will just respond here. You might think I am alone here, but at the beach there were two other women who had taken a walk and at the marina there were 3 guys doing something to a boat. Otherwise these beach spots are pretty deserted. And to answer KJ I am not painting or doing any artwork. Truthfully I dont know what I am doing. Resting. But I was resting in NH. Probably some hidden part of my self knows what it's doing but hasnt told me yet.

Cestandrea said...

Wow, that blue! And Romeo is so beautiful there in the last sun. Great shot.
thanks for sharing, yes.

enar arshad said...

so glad i found your blog

Artist Unplugged said...

Beautiful photos of the harbor, so abandon right now, sure that will change. Romeo, right? He is so cute and looks completely satisfied.

Cynthia said...

Boats in plastic wrap...what a visual! Thanks for the tour...I will await further showings...what a lovely kitty. <3

~Babs said...

Romeo looks puurfectly content with his temporary staff.
And that IS a gorgeous shot with the sun. One of my brothers in law has a boat, and his is currently 'shrink-wrapped' too.
These photos are just filled with cobalt,,,,wonderful!

Annie said...

Love that Romeo! These are wonderful photos, it looks so peaceful...

Cestandrea said...

Sweet Suki, I come back to get my share of blue for today:)
Oh how wonderful, this blue and the wide landscape, so much horizon there, I imagine, of which I don't see much right now:)
but the best is this blue, thank you!
love
Andrea