Monday, September 27, 2010

Moored

Image by SnaggleTooth Sept 2010 .
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A yellow faced, pointy-eared, chocolate mouthed boy's head with black hair wearing a green beanie stops to check out a special flower bud in the water garden...




Image by SnaggleTooth Sept 2010
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Before that, a painterly, bright landscape of fields n low hills is dotted with large, red n blue catepillars crawling parallel to a babbling brook...
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.Photo by SnaggleTooth Sept 2010
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Back in reality, on a quiet afternoon last week at the M-cove, vessels remained on their moorings due to small craft warnings, strong winds, n off-shore storms effects.
(just another strange altered picture post-)

7 Comments:

At 6:49 AM, Blogger G said...

I like the first one, reminds me of the Beatle's magical mystery tour.

 
At 7:35 AM, Blogger Opaque said...

Nice imagery here...

 
At 8:04 AM, Blogger Lynn said...

That third one makes me want to go visit the M-cove. :)

 
At 10:19 AM, Blogger TALON said...

What a lovely photo - it just looks so peaceful! Makes me want to go and sit and watch the skies change for a while!

 
At 1:11 PM, Blogger desk49 said...

a yellow faced boy
and caterpillars crawling
from picture of
two boats you see

yet to moorings their tied
for the wind it to high
to let the craft
go back out in the sea

 
At 11:00 PM, Blogger Jannie Funster said...

Sometimes reality is the best fantasy. You live in such a pretty place and capture it so well.

xoxo

 
At 2:29 AM, Blogger Snaggle Tooth said...

G, Without the Beanie boy n the Yellow Submarine cartoon movie, The world would be such a normal place! Thanks

Opaque, Thanks, these strange pics do inspire me.

Lynn, Even the Chicken Shaker pics make me like the M-cove! Many of the sunset pics are over it too- like the previous one.

Talon, Yes it's a lovely little spot- If only the cars didn't rattle past n the little flies didn't bite, it wouls be easier to relax there...

Ellis, fun poem! Must be a bummer to own boats on such a nice day not using them! The hurricanes at sea caused too much surge n rip tides for safe boating in the NorthEast.

JanF, I do like my strange fantasy getaways tho! Don't spend alot of time sitting still around here as you'd think. Pics happen mostly on my way here n there.

 

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