Sunday, September 20, 2009

From the Gulf of Mexico, a channel to the back bays

11 comments:

Don and Krise said...

That looks like a likely fishing spot to me.

JM said...

Lovely scenery!

brattcat said...

Love this composition, Jacob. Something about the tilt of that footing makes the image come alive.

amatamari© said...

Wonderful photo, inspires great serenity!

Per Stromsjo said...

This puts me in a philosophical mode. We could all use a channel to the back bays of life!

Rose said...

I like this!

Jacob said...

@ All - Someone by name of "prashant" has been leaving comments on my blogs with a link to a commercial enterprise.

I delete all comments that link to a commercial enterprise.

tapirgal said...

Nice and lazy-looking. Don't even tell me about the alligators. Or is this salt water? It's inviting!

tapirgal said...

P.S. "prashant" posted 3 times on my blog. I think it was programmed, because they came in all at the same second, and they stole a sentence from someone else who had posted a comment and used it as their own. Unless it gets worse, I'll let the comments go up automatically. It's too bad people have to spoil it. Post this or not as you see fit. Not important to me if you do or don't. All the best to you!

Jacob said...

@ Tapirgal - I don't get a lot of these, but it's frustrating when they do happen. I'm sure you're right about being programmed. I am set up to "moderate" all comments and thus simply delete anything that looks suspicious.

Jacob said...

This is salt water, or at least brackish...more brackish as you get into the bays. I doubt there are alligators at this point...maybe back in the bayous...

We did see a salt water crocodile once in Sanibel, swimming about 40 feet off shore, just lazing along...