I love the way the sky blends into the water.
Fantastic shot, Jacob!
This is great. You really capture the sense of air space between the plane and the ground.
This looks like a vintage photograph. Just beautiful!!Hey, how do you have time for 3 daily photo blogs? Are you Superman???V
Dear Virginia...actually, I have six...and the answer to your question is "Yes." Heh. Heh. Nah...but I am retired. And I type fast! Oh, I take lots of photos, too.
This chap looks as though he is aiming to ditch straight into the sea, Jacob. Nice job of framing. Would that I were retired. I can wander around for hours taking photos and working out how to present them. A full time job in itself.
Very nice. I like the composition very much.
@Julie - being retired is just a phrase. I'm busier or just as busy than when I was working...the days fly by...But, I'm not complaining because, as you suggest, I'm busy doing things that I want to do (usually, not always) rather than what I have to do.Photography comes under "want to do."
What I am finding is that I am learning just so much about the city in which I live - more than I had ever dreamt. I now never hesitate to nip up an alley way just to see what is up there!
Great shot. Reminds me of when my husband and I used to fly into this strip. No wingtips on the plane or it could have been ours. It was always fun to wait for the taxi to town. They never charged us until the return trip to the airplane. Only place that ever happened.
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