Misty skies and silvery seas

 


Thanksgiving just about twilight.

I walked down the narrow lanes in the tiny, antique village that I live in, following the narrow lanes until they brought me out to the misty Atlantic.

The boats are mostly in for the season but Chandler Hovey lighthouse, its green light a beacon to sailors in stormy seas and Children’s Island are both on the horizon. 

Someone had left a  gourd here on the sea wall or perhaps it had washed up on the little beach.

The skies were grey all thanksgiving day and though everything was wet due to the mist that fell it wasn’t raining whilst I walked.

I love the colour of the Atlantic at this time of year when it can be hard to differentiate between the sky and the sea.

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  1. we are so very blessed to live near the sea, aren't we, friend ... each visit is different than the last, ocean and sky are always changing and shifting ...

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  2. Wonderful Post for Our World Tuesday, thank you for sharing.
    Stay healthy and well.

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  3. Great capture with the gourd in the forefront. Would be so nice to take a walk and see the sea. Happy week.

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  4. I wanted to let you know that your comments always post, they just end up held for moderation for some reason, and then need approval, But they are always there. And I appreciate your sharing your nature world with me...Stay well...Michelle

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  5. This sure does not look like it was there by accident. It is quite perfect. Now I want to know why it got the name of Children's Island?

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  6. Interesting to see the gourd there on the beach!
    Thanks for sharing at https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2020/11/a-quick-peek-at-cedar-creek-gallery.html

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  7. A stunning capture, my friend!

    Love the yellow against the blue sky and water.

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  8. The little gourd is a colorful accent to the lovely grey.

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  9. That's some impressive composition for your photo!

    It's great to see your link at 'My Corner of the World' this week!

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