Tuesday, June 8, 2010

It's kayak season in Ocala


These kayaks have been caught and keelhauled for your buying pleasure.

28 comments:

bfarr said...

I would really like to try kayaking. I'll take a red one.

I do have a collection of old bottles and jars, but they don't get hung on the bottle tree.

Kate said...

An unusual way to display the kayaks. Eye-catching, and I supposse that works.

I've been kept hostage by Blogger for several days which was frustrating, but I'm back now enjoying all the posts.

brattcat said...

They look a bit like dangly earrings.

SRQ said...

Kinda looks like they were caught and gutted and now they're drying out.

Paula said...

You'd never see this in California. Our kayaks are maintained in a protected marine environment. I think you can get up to twenty-five years for keelhauling one.

Halcyon said...

More shopping? Have you purchased one yet? ;)

Irina said...

I can not explain how, even in Russian, but here is music in this photo: color, or shapes, or composition, all together provide the beauty and harmony.

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

These look like they could hang from a giant Christmas tree.

Kcalpesh said...

That's a very unique way of displaying kayaks... Wondering why no different colors on display? Seems like they all look the same except for the one in the extreme left!!

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Olivier said...

c'est l'histoire du vilain petit cygne noir, seul dans son coin ;) belle photo graphique

VP said...

I have seen some kind of kayak here, but they are different...

Bibi said...

Ha! They do look like fish hanging there. I like the chic black one, but imagine it's not too visible in the water...

magiceye said...

attractive display

Cezar and Léia said...

First I need to finish or complete my diet program here, then and "maybe" I will fit there! LOL
Léia
oh I'm moody!Sorry! :)
( oral French tests today! I'm nervous!)

Jim Klenke said...

I would like to try that.

Memphis MOJO said...

I've not tried it, but I bet kayaking would be fun. I love being on water. Nice shot.

B SQUARED said...

I'll pass. Love to but my knees won't cooperate.

Small City Scenes said...

They are everywhere out here too. Even in this 'crappy' weather the kayakers are out. I do like a canoe though. MB

Lois said...

I wouldn't mind trying that! Those are some bright colors.

Marie-Noyale said...

Perfect for the Sunshine State!!

EG Wow said...

This is the nicest display of kayaks I have ever seen! Some day I'll have to post a few photos of kayak displays in Ontario's cottage country...but they are not as nice as this. :)

Daryl said...

Fun shot .. love the color

Per Stromsjo said...

The black (brown?) one looks like it was seriously contemplating evolving into a large shoe instead!

Rose said...

I like their color...but the way they are hung makes me think of big fish hung by their tails.

Gunn said...

That is the type of "sport" my husband like.
Easy to spot, creative and nice!

Sashindoubutsu said...

The horizontally hanging ones makes me wanna take a nap.. Rock-a-bye baby on a kayak.. when the wind blows the kayak will rock.

Lisa Wilson said...

It's kayak season here, too. The river has been wild and that only lasts for a short time. I can only imagine what the Arkansas looks like going through Cotopaxi right now.

Wolynski said...

Yes, but where do they kayak? You have lakes?

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