A ShutterBug Explores ~ Our World Tuesday

'You will have to leave the city of your comfort and go into the wilderness of intuition.

What you'll discover will be wonderful. What you'll discover is yourself.'

~ Alan Alda



One of Cape Ann MA harbors ~ boats are still in this sheltered harbor
even though the temps are beginning to fall like the colored leaves.

We are sharing with: Our World Tuesday.


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 'Carol'






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Comments

  1. It looks like a good setting for them.

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  2. Hello,

    Pretty view of the harbor and water, the sunlight looks lovely. Enjoy your day, have a great new week!

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  3. That's a really good quote and the harbor sure is pretty!

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  4. How pretty is the light dancing on the water and how profound are Alan Alda’s words that ring like poetry.

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  5. Lovely reflections. All looks peaceful.

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  6. Glorious light and reflection in this beautiful photo- and Alan Alda- a wise man. Happy new week to you!

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  7. I imagine since people didn't get out too soon due to the CV they will be reluctant to put away their boats this year. On a clear day like above I wouldn't blame them for wanting to soak up every sun spilled day.

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  8. Awesome quote and great sparkle over the harbor!

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  9. Beautiful scenery. Lights in the sky and on water are sparkling!

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  10. Wow, there is just something about an Autumn sky on the water, beautiful!

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  11. The shimmering light on the water has warmth.

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  12. Beautiful, you know how I love the water and boats! I like what Alan Alda said and what you said about temperatures falling like Autumn leaves. (Well, I don’t like that it is happening, but I do like the way you express it!)

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