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Yet Again!

I promise!  This is my last shot of Sharlene K, this time at sunset, while we were in Ucluelet, Vancouver Island (British Columbia, Canada) at the beginning of October.

Three shots in a row!  I guess that means she's quite a photogenic lady.  At least she was for me.  Ellie mentioned in a comment the other day that she's a trawler, built in 1966 (when I was a junior in university!).  It's all in the details, folks!  :)

Now say Good-Bye to her!  "Good-Bye, Sharlene K."






Yet Again!

I promise!  This is my last shot of Sharlene K, this time at sunset, while we were in Ucluelet, Vancouver Island (British Columbia, Canada) at the beginning of October.

Three shots in a row!  I guess that means she's quite a photogenic lady.  At least she was for me.  Ellie mentioned in a comment the other day that she's a trawler, built in 1966 (when I was a junior in university!).  It's all in the details, folks!  :)

Now say Good-Bye to her!  "Good-Bye, Sharlene K."






comments (9)

Lovely snap.
Ginnie Hart: Thanks for stopping by and commenting, Sarthak.
  • Suby
  • Milton Keynes, UK
  • 16 Nov 2006, 10:11
Lovely.

Suby
Ginnie Hart: Thanks, Suby.
  • Sorcha
  • Canada
  • 16 Nov 2006, 14:01
i like the water here, though i may never ever forget the name "Sharlene K" for all eternity.
Ginnie Hart: Isn't that the truth, Sorcha! I wonder who the real Sharlene K is/was and if she knows she's getting so much attention smile
The lights fantastic Ginnie. This pic draws me right in. Well done!
Ginnie Hart: Thanks a lot, Josie. I guess you could say she really drew me in as well!
  • Ruth
  • United States
  • 16 Nov 2006, 16:37
You saved the best for last. smile I love the warm tones and how she is peeking out from behind the tree. All the color tones in the water are gorgeous too. I wonder if you will encounter her again some day? You really had a connection, and as Sorcha wrote, I think we will all remember that name forever, so we are connected too!
Ginnie Hart: Awww, Ruth. Thank you. Maybe this is my favorite as well because that's how I first saw her after we arrived at our condo for the week. She caught my eye from the very beginning and stayed with me all week. Yes, quite a connection now for all of us. I really wonder who she was named after!
beautiful reflections. What a lovely scene!
Ginnie Hart: Thanks, ET. If ever YOU see her some day, since she's not far from you there in Vancouver, please wave to her and say "HI." smile
  • Madretz
  • Bay Area
  • 16 Nov 2006, 22:52
I think this one is my favorite, too! Love the sunset and all the colors you captured...golden hour photography at it's best! smile
Ginnie Hart: Thanks, Mad. You're a sweetheart!
  • Ellie
  • United Kingdom
  • 17 Nov 2006, 13:16
A very warm sunset shot, that's got a bit of an autumn feel to it, making it look as if these old boats have settled down to enjoy their 'declining years'. Very serene and peaceful.
Ginnie Hart: Thanks, Ellie, for the warm comment for the warm sunset!
I like all three but the light here is superb!
Ginnie Hart: You can underestimate the power of that Magic Hour, Bill. Thanks.

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