Sunday, November 27, 2016

Scenes of the St. John's River at Palatka, Florida









17 comments:

William Kendall said...

It looks like idyllic weather.

I think I could convince my idiot ex-brother-in-law to go swimming.

Michelle said...

Gorgeous shades of blue!!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

We will be down among those snaakes and alligators -- and beautiful blue sky and clouds and water -- in a little over a week if all goes as planned (and it better0!

Kay said...

Gee, Lowell. Now you're just showing off. You really know how to evoke envy in those of us in the chilly north!

Linda said...

A very beautiful and soothing series, Lowell. Thank you so much for sharing.

Gosia k said...

Great weather

Oman said...

i am about to say that the waters is inviting... until i saw the sign on the last photo :)

bill burke said...

Nice scenes, I like that bridge. Very picturesque images!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Reminds me of our Swan River Lowell.. lovely wide river views!

Tanya Breese said...

pretty scenes...the gator sign doesn't freak me out as much as the venomous snakes portion!

Sharon Anck said...

What a gorgeous tour!

Judy said...

What beautiful scenes! I love them all...except the snakes and alligators of course, but still...

RedPat said...

The clouds in all of these shots are incredible, Lowell!

Catalyst said...

Your camera seems to have a Technicolor lens! Beautiful photos.

Karl Demetz said...

Beautiful scenes, Lowell !
You could use them as postcards, well... except the last one...

Lois said...

The beautiful St. John's River. I grew up in Jacksonville Beach and when I was in high school I did a report on it. One of those unusual rivers that flows north.

stardust said...

What refreshing views of the river! I feel warm breeze and like the metallic silvery blue colors and the hovering white clouds. The photos made me dreamy and then “Danger” brought me back to the reality.

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