Photo by Salt Water New England

Friday, July 24, 2020

Around The Bay and The Sound

Photos by Salt Water New England



















12 comments:

  1. Two pictures caught my eye. One is the shot of the lighthouse and the buildings with those colorful roofs and the water. I place myself on that bench looking out over the water with Old Glory flying in her splendor behind me and never once having the question: What is a Chuck Woolery? Come to my mind. The other is the view of that woman. Even if you’d never seen her face before, you’d just know she was attractive - the clothes and how they are worn as well as the profile. Just something about the photography that makes it so interesting. Thank you.

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  2. Wonderful scenes: the boats, the water, the lighthouses... One can virtually smell the ocean, feel the breeze and hear the sounds of the seaside. Thank you for the pleasant respite.

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  3. Could have done without the Clorox bottle, I mean Hunter.

    That Shelter Island 38 makes my heart race like none other, better than a Hinckley IMO. Too bad it has stern drives...

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  4. What beautiful photos! Thank you so very much. Cheers!

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  5. What is the little tower with the green panels with the number 3 on them?

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    1. It's a day marker. The color (green) and number (odd) means to keep it to your left. Red marks with even numbers stay to your right.

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    2. When returning from the open waters.

      David J Cooper

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  6. Wonderful photos as usual! Love the boats.

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  7. Thanks for the "flashback" Muffy, that's me on my old Bristol 54 sailing on the Sakonnet. You made my day.
    TWM

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  8. Thank you - takes me back to my sailing days, albeit our modest 24' sloop is a bit junior to these wonderful examples!

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  9. Thank you Muffy for the beautiful shots of Pt. Judith and Narragansett Bay. One of these days I'll get back up there. That Hinckley "Picnic" boat is one of my favorites!

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  10. Loving the patina on that Volvo V70 - they look better just a little scuffed up. I had one in that color for a few years before passing it on to a family member, who then traded it in for a farm truck. Last I heard, it's still driving around West Concord, MA with 150k+ miles on it. That era seemed to have lots of little interior issues, but it never let me down regardless of the situation.

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