Saturday, 6 February 2010

Weekend Reflection - Red dinghy

Moored at Darling Point wharf, Sydney Harbour, early morning.


A member of the Weekend Reflection community.

32 comments:

Serge Cornillet said...

You know that I like "marine compositions" as you commented once, the red is a good colour in photography.
Serge

Leif Hagen said...

I love the harbor photo with the little red boat! We live in opposite corners of the world - I was snowblowing my driveway and sidewalk for 40 minutes this morning before work!
Bon weekend

Bergson said...

red and blue fantastic

myletterstoemily said...

the reflection in the top photo almost steals the
show from the little red tip of the boat.

lovely!

TheChieftess said...

Your first photo got an out loud "Oh Wow!!" out of me when I first scrolled upon it!!!

Riet said...

Great shot and reflection,

eileeninmd said...

I would have to agree with everyone the first shot is a WOW!

Bill said...

Interesting colours that red and blue. Great photos, as always, Julie.

Coffeedoff said...

Lovely reflections

Joan Elizabeth said...

Red rules!!!

VioletSky said...

The order of photos is great!
You finally get to the last one, and realize how small that dinghy actually is!

J Bar said...

Brilliant shots.
Sydney City and Suburbs

Serendipity said...

Fabulous series, I really like the red.

Lindz said...

the red dingy really stands out, it has a different reflection colour in the water.

diane said...

Red against blue makes for great shots. I love the wriggly reflections.

mbkatc230 said...

This is a fantastic series of shots, the red just pops. But I agree with everyone else, that first picture made me do a double take and say "WOW". Beautiful! Kathy

Bob Crowe said...

That's just excellent photography. Beautifully composed and lush color. It so yummy it could be dessert.

Vicki said...

Stunning shots, Julie.

The sun on the water looks like mercury.

Ann said...

The red works extremely well.

Three Rivers, Michigan said...

I just noticed the 'revealing the not obvious'. Could be the title for these. The varying colors of the water, the saturation of the boat color, the photographs invite the viewer to look and look. I think that is some sort of definition for 'art'.
Three Rivers Daily Photo

Sharon said...

'revealing the not obvious'you certainly do that in all your posts Julie!I was the same as everyone else when I saw the first shot..WOW..The photos are just stunning.

raf said...

How sweet is this? Delightful, Julie!

Regina said...

Awesome colors. Great reflections and captures!

Enjoy the weekend.

Thérèse said...

Let me pick Nr 2... that's where my eyes went first...

James said...

These are wonderful pictures. The reflections are excellent.
I don't remember it being very difficult to stay out of my reflection photo.
Have a great weekend.

Virginia said...

Of course I agree with Bob C. Excellent and of course I could eat that red UP!!!
V

SquirrelQueen said...

The little dinghy make a delightful subject. The first photo is awesome.

Jilly said...

Oh just glorious, Julie!

cieldequimper said...

Julie the colours are fabulous!

awarewriter said...

Superb photos Julie. The first one especially so.

Nishant said...

I was snowblowing my driveway and sidewalk for 40 minutes this morning before work!

Work from home India

Shelle said...

i can hear the water lapping against the little dinghy in all that silence!