Tuesday, June 14, 2011


These are from the public landing at the Sea Breeze over on Gwynn's Island.

I took about 50 shots of this one boat, which happens to be for sale if anyone's interested.

She's mellow yet complex.

Graceful and gutsy.

I love this boat.

The End.


Meg McCormick said...

Oh, pretty! The boat, and the photos. Hope this is how you're feeling today... calm. Aaaaah.

Jamie said...

I wish I could buy that boat. I have a lot of memories that involve a boat like that (only the one I remember was sea green). I also wish I could be eating lunch today at Seabreeze because I like their food and it isn't expensive. I especially like their Boston Creme Pie. I hate dieting. And the house I was already supposed to be in looks like it's going to be tied up with eviction issues... so I'm back to drawing up plans for the shanty boat.

Mrs F with 4 said...

Hmm, mellow, yet complex; gracefu,l yet gutsy... sounds rather like the author? Apart from the 'for sale' part, obviously.

Unknown said...

Frame them....all of them, then I will buy one! those photos are so serene

Kay L. Davies said...

The third photo, with the reflection, is gorgeous! I'd love to have a boat like that. We have a very slow river here, and I'd love to have a boat, and a wharf, and a quiet outboard motor.
But I might be able to buy a framed copy of that third photo, the one with the reflection.
— K

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

Daryl said...

I understand her appeal .. she's very sleek and sea-worthy ... its such a soothing series of snaps ..

VW exuangsi .. I heard someone say 'you dont cross Angie' ... so dont

Maria_NJ said...

How much is she?? I might need one of those...

anyway...excuse my rudeness for not coming back on yesterdays post and thanking you for the information, I know how busy you must be.

the pictures are lovely, as always...

the deadline is tomorrow??

Chesapeake Bay Woman said...

Thanks, everybody, great to hear from you.

Maria - I have to ship everything off by Friday this week, but with my work schedule (the real job) my self-imposed deadline is thursday. That will be the only "free" day I have to take the remaining pictures and tinker with the text that remains unwritten. Unless there's a major catastrophe I hope to ship it off Thursday afternoon. Which happens to be the same day Chesapeake Bay Son has invited 4 teenagers over for the day. Serenity now.

Mental P Mama said...

Beautiful shots!! How are you????