Photographers Thursday




The Bounty ~ from movie ~ Mutiny on the Bounty


Another view of 'The Bounty' from the movie ~ Mutiny on the Bounty


The photos above are all from the Schooner Festival that took place this past week on Cape Ann MA. It was a very special event.


'Peek' and 'Peak' for Alphabe Thursday

The photo above is our 'resident' seagull who came to view the festivities and is for Alphabe Thursday prompt the letter P.


We are sharing today with:

A Rural Journal

Alphabe Thursday (letter P)


Two Bears Farm

Wishing you a fun and safe weekend.

Hugs and namaste,



and


We love to have you post your comments, thoughts or questions to delight us all in the day especially, ArtMuse Dog ^_^




QUOTE FOR THE DAY: 'No is ever really taught by another; each of us has to teach himself. The external teacher offers only the suggestion, which arouses the internal teacher, who helps us to understand things. ~ Swami Vivekananda




Comments

  1. Looks like it was absolutely enchanting! Wish I had been there.

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  2. Carol, wonderful photos! Does that sea gull ask for snacks? There are gulls on Jekyll that come to take snacks out of my hand. I love that!!

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  3. Your oval framing really accents your photos!

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  4. Great shots of the Bounty, when it was here I got a few but there were a lot of other ships around it so they aren't so good.

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  5. I would love to see such a festival. I love the looks of the old ships, but I've never seen one. I'm so glad you share.

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  6. Your sea gull will have to pop over and meet some friends... I just know you had a wonderful time, those ships are amazing!

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  7. That schooner festival looks like it would have been very fun...and how's that little art muse dog of yours? such a cutie!

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  8. the ship looks so great, the movie I saw Carol and can still remember ...

    you live in a very nice area ...

    Greetings to you from the sea ...

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  9. I liked the picture of the bird :-)

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  10. WOW I love your pictures!!
    Where do you live! Its such a beautiful place!!

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  11. I love to see the 3 and 4 masted schooners.
    would really love to sail on one again...
    simply amazing photos.
    Sandy

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  12. that would be fun to sail on one of those!

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  13. Nice picture you show.
    Wish you a good day :)
    Hanne Bente

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  14. I really enjoyed your wonderful pictures. It's lovely to visit with you from Rural Thursday.

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  15. Amazing photos from this wonderful old ship. Gorgeous !

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  16. That's a cool boat!

    http://revealingmeagain.blogspot.com/2012/09/beans.html

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  17. Great photos of the ship! So cool to have that view :)

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  18. Woof! Woof! I bet it was a very special event. Happy Rural Thursday. Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar

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  19. Beautiful boats - and very nicely photographed!

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  20. I love to watch tall ships! Great opportunity for you to take gorgeous photos.

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  21. I love the shots of the boat! The first one has a really old-fashioned look to it, that is just fantastic

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  22. You piqued My interest♫♪ A Schooner Festival sounds lovely....here in the midwest our town is gearing up for its annual Plowing Match!!! Farmers a challenged to furrow straight rows in vintage to newly manufactured tractors!!

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  23. I really love that second shot and the way the sails show so well. Handsome, isn't it? The gull watching made me chuckle. Have a super weekend! :)

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  24. I would love to see this ship in person -- what a thrill! :)

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  25. The schooner images are amazing! What a beautiful sight! I do like the peek-a-boo image of the seagull, too. ;-)

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  26. OH MY! What a fabulous thing to witness; I bet it was amazing!

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  27. Simply beautiful including the bird!!

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  28. Lobe your pictures - and the seagull was my favourite, too!

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  29. Oh wow.

    Love those ships.

    I remember seeing something similar at Mystic many, many years ago.

    You can just feel the history emanating from those perfect pictures.

    Wow.

    Loved this post.

    Thank you for sharing it.

    A+

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