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Friday, April 13, 2012

Weekend Reflections

Linking with James for this week's Weekend Reflections. 


Last Wednesday I had a very frustrating afternoon.  In a super crappy mood, I took my camera out hoping to find something to break the spell.  It worked.  I'll have to remember that next time life hands out a load of yuck.


Harborside
Harbor Side


Long Line
Long Lines


Between
Between

Only another couple months before these scenes will be filled with boats, activity, and people from away.  Time for me to enjoy it now.




And from a different evening when yours truly was in a better state of mind......



Spring Silhouettes {14/52}
Spring Silhouettes


Thanks for checking out my images...and have a great weekend.

21 comments:

Scrappy Grams said...

stunning spring silhouettes! and...loved your other snaps too, of course!
It is amazing how being outside and photographing God's abundance can alter a mood. ~hugs~ for the weekend

Sylvia K said...

A great reminder, Susan! Thank you! And thank you for your gorgeous reflections for the day!! You did make the most of the time you had! These are awesome! Hope you have a great weekend!

Sylvia

gina said...

Oh, Susan, these are gorgeous --the last one has a special magic! You are so lucky to live near water. Photography always cheers me up too.
Have a great weekend!

Susan @ Sunflower Status said...

Such stunning shots. I especially love your between.

Wayne (Woody), whatever said...

'Long Lines' is killer, amazing shot.

Enjoy the peacefulness, I sure am enjoying your photos!

Tezzie said...

Oh...wow...thank you for cheering ME up with those gorgeous images <3 I've said this before, but your photos always have such a feeling of peace to them. The lighting is simply stunning. Long Lines and Spring Silhouettes totally took my breath away.

Linda said...

As always,fabulous shots. Absolutely love that long lines shot!

Leanne said...

Lovely results from your photo therapy! Love the long lines.

Deborah L. Tisch said...

You really have an eye for these reflections. I love when you post images like these. Great images!

Kathy said...

WOW!!! <<<yep, that about sums it up!

Phyllis said...

mmm...I want to be there. Happy Weekend. I am curious about your beautiful photo "Long Lines". I don't rememebr ever seeing a dock that wasn't attached to land (unless it was at a beach to swim out to and dive off of) Being out in nature does make everything better. I also love the sun you captured in your photo "Between"

We like to visit Maine and the Cape in June and September.

urban muser said...

sorry to hear you had a bad day, but i can see how these photos were able to lift your mood.
:)

Brenda said...

Susan - I would have to say this series ranks up there with my all-time favorites. Yes - whenever life hands you yuck, you should pull this out and be reminded of the jaw-dropping beauty that surrounds us. The stillness of the water - like a mirror. The gorgeous leading diagonals. Of course, the light. You have out-done yourself this week.

Francisca said...

Okay, so it makes me sad you're under a cloud, Susan, but I'd so rather be there in a crap mood than here in (S)Crap City! I'll just come on over here to your blog and soothe my eyes and soul looking at your amazing reflection shots... or any of your shots. Hope the dark cloud has indeed moved on, my friend.

Carol Blackburn said...

Looks like a series called "still water." So calm. Hope you are enjoying this beautiful weekend.

seabluelee said...

Long Lines - awesome. Spring Silhouette - I want that framed, on my wall. Seriously. Can I buy a print of that???
Feel better, my friend. As my mom used to say, "This too shall pass." Whatever "this" is. Take care!

Sweepy said...

Woof Susan everything looks like a mirror! Wh-what? Oh, OMD, it is weekend 'reflection' and that explains it drooly!

Oakland Daily Photo said...

Photography as therapy? It worked.

Nadege, said...

I love the Spring Silhouettes and the Harbor Side. Beautiful reflections, just the thing to lift my mood.

Kathryn Dyche Dechairo said...

It can suck when frustration hits but glad your photography muse was able to pull you out of it. Gorgeous pics and I love the long lines.

Jamie said...

Oh, that photo of the dock - stunning!