|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,
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
Looks like it was absolutely enchanting! Wish I had been there.ReplyDelete
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!!ReplyDelete
Your oval framing really accents your photos!ReplyDelete
Lovely ships and sweet dog!ReplyDelete
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.ReplyDelete
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.ReplyDelete
Your sea gull will have to pop over and meet some friends... I just know you had a wonderful time, those ships are amazing!ReplyDelete
That schooner festival looks like it would have been very fun...and how's that little art muse dog of yours? such a cutie!ReplyDelete
the ship looks so great, the movie I saw Carol and can still remember ...ReplyDelete
you live in a very nice area ...
Greetings to you from the sea ...
I liked the picture of the bird :-)ReplyDelete
WOW I love your pictures!!ReplyDelete
Where do you live! Its such a beautiful place!!
I love to see the 3 and 4 masted schooners.ReplyDelete
would really love to sail on one again...
simply amazing photos.
that would be fun to sail on one of those!ReplyDelete
Nice picture you show.ReplyDelete
Wish you a good day :)
What wonderful photos!ReplyDelete
I really enjoyed your wonderful pictures. It's lovely to visit with you from Rural Thursday.ReplyDelete
Amazing photos from this wonderful old ship. Gorgeous !ReplyDelete
That's a cool boat!ReplyDelete
ARG!!! So cool :-)ReplyDelete
Great photos of the ship! So cool to have that view :)ReplyDelete
Woof! Woof! I bet it was a very special event. Happy Rural Thursday. Lots of Golden Woofs, SugarReplyDelete
Beautiful boats - and very nicely photographed!ReplyDelete
magnificent ship! wow!ReplyDelete
That sounds like a fun event!ReplyDelete
I love to watch tall ships! Great opportunity for you to take gorgeous photos.ReplyDelete
STUNNING photos! Love 'em :)ReplyDelete
That gull pic is cool!ReplyDelete
I love the shots of the boat! The first one has a really old-fashioned look to it, that is just fantasticReplyDelete
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!!ReplyDelete
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! :)ReplyDelete
I would love to see this ship in person -- what a thrill! :)ReplyDelete
The schooner images are amazing! What a beautiful sight! I do like the peek-a-boo image of the seagull, too. ;-)ReplyDelete
OH MY! What a fabulous thing to witness; I bet it was amazing!ReplyDelete
Simply beautiful including the bird!!ReplyDelete
Lobe your pictures - and the seagull was my favourite, too!ReplyDelete
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.
Loved this post.
Thank you for sharing it.