it is definitely less relaxing working on the sails of the boat than sitting high above looking down. I like your way of seeing things!
Very relaxing :) Love the shot and the people on the rock pier and the gulls on the forward rock just add to this. Beautiful :)
James, I truly wish I could do that! What a magic moment!
Terrific capture and I couldn't agree more, James! How fortunate we are to have beautiful views to see and great places to see them from! Hope your week is going well.Sylvia
Beautiful photo- it does look relaxing.
totally agree with you.
A great composition James. I like the "gull" island in the foreground.
Nice shot of where I'd love to be right now.
You have plenty of opportunity for watery sights now that you have relocated to the SC coast. I bet it is cool there, too.
Beautiful shot. On a high cliff or down near the jetty, I love to watch the boats. I do miss living near the ocean. Through Squirrel Eyes
oh my...i am posting a very similar photo very soon! i took it just a few days ago! lovin' Dana Point!!!
oops! this is Corona Del Mar...the sea wall confused me...i was there also...OMG!
Looks fantastic! A very nice shot :)
Wonderful capture James, the boat is beautiful!A perfect postcard!Léia
Relaxing and cool! Thanks for sharing this wonderful shot with us, James!***Have a nice and happy day****
A liberating photo, James. Such freedom represented here. Great shot. :)
A nice day behind...
That would be a dreamy way to pass the time, on a cliff gazing out to see and watching the boats come in. I'd like to join the others walking along the wall there.
you take truly beautiful photos.
Simply wonderful James!I didn´know this blog, I love it!GreetingsElisa
Hello..first time coming by.. nice pictures here too!
Beautifully composed photo. I really like the shape of the boat against the shapes of the rocks in foreground and bacground.To answer your question, I liked all cities that I visited in Europe since as you know they each have something distinctive about them. I really love history, learning about cultures, and being active in the place I visit. So I think I was most drawn to Lucca for its history and more quiet pace of life, and then the Cinque Terre for it's obvious beauty, being able to hike, boat, swim, etc. and watching the locals way of life in these tiny towns.
Oh, I forgot to ask you, how do you get your images so big on your blog (if you don't mind explaining)?
What a lovely shot, it really is a relaxing scene!
And what a perch it was! Very nice.Jim
There are certainly worse ways to spend a day... hope all is well in California, looks like you finally made it clear to the far west coast at last !
p.s. You were right: we are speaking about the same Target...