Saturday, November 8, 2008

Bings Landing: Part 3

One fun experience while enjoying the sunset at Bings Landing was the passing of a fairly large sailboat.  If only it were under sail... (wouldn't have been possible, moving north in the narrow Intracoastal Waterway against a north wind with no room to tack...)





2 comments:

Laura ~Peach~ said...

Beautiful... Thank you for visiting my blog Sky watch is wonderful :)

When my parents lived in florida one thing I was floored by was th estreet they lived on was all grass... not a dirt road not paved at all just a sub division with grass roads !! the othe rthing i will never forget was looking up at the stars it was unreal they looked lik ethey were 10 feet above you and you could reach up and touch them and there were BILLIONS ... They lived in Crystal River and it took us 9 hours to get from here to there.

I am glad you are vicariously enjoying the fall colors, I am seeing a ocean of leaves fall each day so I dont think we will have them long, blogging has opened doors I never dreamed of.

thank you again for visiting!
Laura

Gramma L said...

I like the sail in the night sky.
Nice pictures.

PS The tree in my SK was taken in Northern Virgina - if only we had those colors here.