This is perfection.
Great photo and title.
Nice landscape, errr waterscape. The eye is drawn right thru those rocks.
That's a beautiful capture, I like the "strange" colours of the rocks.God bless you!Cezar
What's with the ramshackle thing perched out there in the water? Not hurricane ready for sure!V
@ Virginia - that old ramshackle thing is the "result" of a hurricane...I'm not sure what is was originally - some kind of boat shack or fishing pier tied to the land by a dock...Today, it's a Cedar Key icon...except another major hurricane will probably send what's left to the bottom.
What a beautiful light you've captured here. It warms the rocks, the pier, even the water. Great photo.
I would definitely be ''sittin'on the dock of the bay'' and listen to Otis Redding! :-) Wonderful photograph!
I sure hope that Claudette was kind enough to spare this icon. Hope you and yours did not suffer any damages.
Hi Antjas - So far as I know, Claudette hasn't hit land yet...and the brunt of the storm will be far to the west in the Panhandle area...We might see some of the outer bands and some rain - perhaps tonight or tomorrow, but don't expect any strong winds here, nor, I believe in Cedar Key.We're more worried about Bill which is heading this way and picking up strength.
I'm with JM. I'd be sittin' on that dock and listening' to Otis :) What a nice image!
That's a great view, right over the huge rocks.
I really like the perspective of this photo.Beautiful!
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