Sunday, February 24, 2013

Catching Reflections in Blaine, WA

Last Thursday I shared a fishing vessel called Native Sun that I found in the Blaine Harbor. The skies were blue with white puffy clouds. A rare thing lately. There was no wind, so the water was mirror smooth. So here's the Native Sun times two.


If you're a boater in the Pacific Northwest, finding moorage can sometimes be a challenge, especially for larger boats.  I just read in the Port of Bellingham newsletter that there are slips available in Blaine from 26 to 40 feet. It's close to the San Juan Islands and British Columbia's coastal waters. What better place to call your home port. -- Margy

5 comments:

VaishVijay said...

Thatz awesome, I just love that bluish reflections in water!

Cheapchick said...

Lovely. I love looking at boats. Where they came from, who owns them, where they travel to. Cheers!

Crafty Gardener said...

the water is so still ... wonderful reflection

Stephanie said...

A perfectly windless day for great photo shoot.

Jennifer A. Jilks said...

I so love your photos!
Cheers from Cottage Country!