Sunday, March 31, 2013

Scavenger Hunt Sunday

Another week, another hunt.  Gee, this week went by very fast.  Spring break here means a break from the cold and snow and finally a little bit of sunshine which makes it look like spring might break through,  Still plenty of snow on the ground though.  Nothing blooming here.

The first prompt in this week's hunt is WATER.  I live near water and have most of my life.  I could sit at the beach for hours - just wish there were more hours to do so.   I wasn't planning to do an ocean picture this week but it was such a pretty day so I couldn't resist.



At this time of year it's pretty quiet around here and I like to go out to the pier and watch the fishing boats.  At the end of the day the EMPTY traps are piled up and the lobsters are on their way to a boiling pot somewhere.



WEATHERED -   The rowboats tied at the pier are showing the effects of being out in the rough weather.


An ORDINARY fishing boat is anchored at the breakwater at the end of the day.


FRESH seafood!  As they say around here , the fish you eat tonight was swimming out there this morning.


Looking forward to visiting all the other hunters this weekend.  Please come over to Ashley's Scavenger Hunt Sunday and check it out.

Hope to see you all again next week.

14 comments:

  1. Brilliant photos from the docks and beach - delightful visit.

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  2. I live near the ocean too. I wouldn't want to live anywhere else.

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  3. Gorgeous wave crash. I don't have much luck with those-timing is everything. I like your processing on the dinghies. Happy Easter.

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  4. Love all your photos, the waves crashing looks awesome, the colour in it is beautiful! And I hope no one ventures out to sea on those weathered rowing boats!

    Issy (:

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  5. Wonderful photos! I love that weathered boat one. Just beautiful!

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  6. I love the weathered boat, too!

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  7. these are just great, Stephanie..I love that you captured them all by the water. Beautiful images.

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  8. Lovely set of pictures, Stephanie. Being born, raised and from the landlocked mid-west I find your pictures even more mesmerizing. I would love to try fresh seafood and visit the ocean.

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  9. Wow, that is fresh!! Looks delicious, too! Love the water photo!

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  10. Your photos are spectacular.

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  11. I like that you stayed with a theme for all the prompts.
    LOVE the empty pots and the boats. Artsy and lovely shots!

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  12. Stunning images! The wave crash is an amazing capture!

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