Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Survivor practice


...on the Silver River.

20 comments:

Taken For Granted said...

I see these kayakers are going out to feed the gators. Looks beautiful in your photo, but wouldn't put my kayak on there.

Sylvia K said...

Lovely shot of a lovely place -- always lovelier without -- well, you know!!

William Kendall said...

Watch for the gators!

RedPat said...

Do not feed the wildlife! ;-)

Kay said...

I see the "closed area" sign is carefully heeded. And if anyone goes into the water the gators don't have to fuss with biting through many clothes. Very convenient!

Kate said...

Looks like calm waters, but it probably runs deep. You know what they say about still waters.

Randy said...

It's so green there.

Linda said...

Idyllic...magical! I love the shades of green and water ripples. :)

Bibi said...

I see a lot of others have left gator comments, which were like the ones I was going to make. I do like the stillness and the greens...the calm before the storm?

José Mendonça said...

What a gorgeous setting! I could spend the whole day there.

Karl Demetz said...

The title suggest that there are gators, but I don't see not even one...
Beautiful picture of a calm place, I like also the second boat in the background.

Small City Scenes said...

A nice scene--at least we don;t have to look at the blood and guts.
MB

EG CameraGirl said...

Lovely reflections, Spanish moss, action shot...

VP said...

I am sure there are one thousand hungry and angry gators out there...

Bergson said...

I come to follow him

the wash was used to wash clothes in the 1950s

Judy said...

I wouldn't survive the 'skeeters!
Been on a three week road trip, (not with Sharon). Only a day away from home now.

Jack said...

I hear dueling banjos.

Halcyon said...

I am laughing at Jack's comment... you never know what might happen in a Florida swamp.

magiceye said...

Would love to be there on the boat now!

stardust said...

He looks relaxed. It must be refreshing to paddle in such a lush green if only he doesn’t encounter gators or piranha.

Thanks for your kind, warm, and encouraging words as always, Lowell. I’m so happy to hear that two of you leading a life without problems. Have happy days ahead.

Yoko

"Photographers deal in things which are continually vanishing and when they have vanished there is no contrivance on earth which can make them come back again." — Henri Cartier-Bresson