Jul 21, 2009

Sunday Afternoon on the Peconic Bay



Buoy marking the tip of the southern spit of Robins Island.

Photo one week before the following post... same Peconic Bay.

40 comments:

Gallicissa said...

Very well composed shot and lovely colours.

mj said...

This is a wonderful shot. It almost looks like a painting...so calm, yet colorful.

Rajesh said...

Beautiful, the red color nice contrast to the blue background.

Gattina said...

What a beautiful picture, really special !

Lori Skoog said...

Another great shot. Also love the flower shots from
July 18th.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Looks like a great day on Peconic Bay, Mark. I would enjoy being on the sailboat---and/or on a raft!!!!

Betsy

PA_Shutterbug said...

Where's the picture of the boat that you were on??

Maria Berg said...

The color og the water on the last photo is it really real? I love the colors!!!
The boats upside down on a long row is also good as well as mirror image of the houses and forest. Maria Berg

Janie said...

Great shot with nice contrast and reflection. Beautiful water and sky!

Euroangel said...

i always remember home everytime I see photos like this..thanks for sharing this wonderful shot..

Reader Wil said...

Great photo! The composition is brilliant too. Thank you for your visit and comment.

J said...

That is a sweet photo - and it really makes me feel like I'm at the beach or on a boat on a delicious summers day.

Dorothy said...

What rich colors! Love that blue/green water!
Thanks for visiting my blog. Hope you will visit again.
Great blog you have here.

Cloudia said...

A wonderful shot! Taken from your kayak? I enjoy taking my "scupper" out to greet the navagation sentinals guiding in and out of our Ala Wai harbor.... Aloha friend!

Comfort Spiral

Sylvia K said...

What a gorgeous shot! The color of the water and your composition is breathtaking! Love the red buoy and it's reflection in the water is perfect!

mountain.mama said...

These pictures really make me want to get out on some water! I love the buoy. You have a lot of really beautiful pictures on your website.

Louise said...

This is a really well-done photo. The colors are magnificent. And though you had no control over the water, I love the level of it.

Please be so kind to make sure your My World Tuesday posts link back to the MWT blog. You can do it on the badge you have, in text, or both.

Thanks so much for participating.

Marites said...

love the waters and the buoy color is such a nice contrast to the waters:)

My world is here

Carolyn said...

Such a nice photo with beautiful contrasts. Your blog and photos are great, I will be back to spend some more time perusing and walking your beaches. Have fun going through my blog. Thanks for becoming a follower.
Smiles

Priya said...

Ohh MY GOd..i am so lucky that you visited my blog which in turn took me here...amazing blog is an understaement for what you have done here...amazing work...blog rolling you from here on...keep posting..keep visiting..:)

Swarna said...

So was the shot from that tip you mention? Me a photography less-than-novice :)

Elisabeth's bright side said...

This is a great shot. The buoy is really showing the big ocean. Good colours too.

Pyatshaw said...

Wow!.Beautiful photos on your blog. I have the same camera as you so I must get in some more practice---age makes me shake!!! that's my biggest problem.
Thanks for visiting my blog!

magiceye said...

superb composition and shot!

Indrani said...

Beautiful shot!
Great colors!

KB said...

And nothing else in sight....love it.

Arija said...

Wonderful colour combinations, delightful!

claude said...

Thanks for your visit on my blog and for your kind comment. My husband and I had a marvellous trip in America.

Tabib said...

Beauty in simplicity!

Elizabeth Rhiannon said...

Visiting you through DQ's Windmill and I must comment on your picutres-they are among the most beautiful photographs I have ever seen! Thank you for these beautiful images...~ER~

Sreddy Yen said...

Hello~! Thanks for visiting my blog; I really appreciated it :O)

I love all your flower photos~! Are you a professional photographer? I have to say that the peony bud with the water droplets is amazing~!

Sreddy

mkreider said...

Thanks for the very kind words! Not professional Sreddy. I'm an amateur and don't have an SLR but I'm learning how to use what I've got.

Missy said...

You take such delightful photos! I took a gander at what you had here.

I came way of The Melting Pot Blog. Thank you for becoming a follower. It's an eclectic taste of reflections, personal experiences, stories and whatever else someone is thinking about at the time. :)

Missy

Mo said...

Now you had to be on a boat to get this shot.

Syaa_Fiqq said...

You captured perfectly. This is so beautiful. The buoy, the sea and the sky are so lovely.. Well done!
Are you on a boat when took this pict? Just wondering..

mkreider said...

On a boat with my wife as captain... a great arrangement when one wants to take photos. She does drive faster and a bit wetter than I do!

TeeTee said...

beautiful colors!

Gemel said...

Stunning...

José Ramón said...

Thanks for the comment on my image fotoerase, congratulations on the Blog Greetings

Tranquility said...

I have a sudden desire to go swimming! ;)
That water is so blue against that red buoy - so pretty!