I can't help it, digging into the files for more shots from Sunderland Point; this time red boats in fading light. That's the last of them until our next trip there - I promise!
I'm not getting tired of them! These are beautiful.
I love the colours in the one with the three boats. What I'd most like is a frock like that, made of fabric printed with lots of those little red boats on a pebbly background. Hmm, a bit of a tall order I think.
You feel free to carry on showing us photos like this. Just wonderful!
Thanks Lois and marley. I might do one more day then ;)Allysoun in the Big House, I have my sewing machine out and will deliver that frock in the morning. If I can find the thread of course...
I really like the three red boats.
I like all boats, but especially red boats, so you can post as many of these as you like. Waiting for the tide to come in, I presume...
The angles that the departing tide has left the stranded boats in, is manna to the eye, Eamon. I can smell the stench of the weed and sucking mud from way over here.Lovely images and lovely area. Go back as often as you wish!
Like the shot of the 3 boats Eamon. Nice composition, and great to find that kind of scene, where the colours all fit nicely into place.
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Thanks for the comment in advance. All thoughts are appreciated ~ Eamon.