Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Watery Wednesday #98

Welcome! Welcome! Welcome! To all the regular waders as well as those who are going to get their eyes wet for the first time. Your visits and participation make my Wednesdays, even when I'm not able to visit many of you. I'm posting two shots this week because they're related. It's going to make for a really long post so I hope you forgive me.


The perfect summer day and the lake were just two inviting and relaxing. I think the two fellas in the shot below intended to take full advantage of this perfect Sunday. They went and bought a raft, blew it up there by the shore and not to be turned off by the fact that they didn't have any oars, they had bought a couple of shovels to use as oars. I had the best time watching them and hearing them laugh about the shovels. They didn't get far out into the lake before realizing this just wasn't going to work. They still laughed and had a great time. I thank them for my smile and laughter on Sunday.



RULES: Create your Watery Wednesday post first then come back and enter your name and the link to your post in the spaces provided. Next, just have fun visiting the other entrants to see their posts. If you leave a comment they'll know you've visited and will visit you in return. Have fun!



31 comments:

Photo Cache said...

this is how one should end their hectic day :d

almost on the century mark :D

Dave said...

i feel relax by just looking at these pictures.

Mike @ Slugyard said...

Wish I was there...

Mike @ Slugyard said...

Whoops- sorry, not sure why it posted for me twice! The second one (#4) is a mistake.

Greyscale Territory said...

Beautiful lighting on the lake! Great to see people inventing some fun like this! Gorgeous photos!

Hilda said...

The thought of paddling with heavy shovels is making my arms ache. Thanks for sharing your laughter too! Perfect with these beautiful images.

EG Wow said...

Haha! I would have loved to have been there. :)

Perry said...

Great story and awesome photos. Thanks!

Vernz said...

I'm afraid to do this at this hour of the day.. scary .. but the photos are perfect...

Lyndsey said...

Nice post and some great photos!

MOO said...

Just lovely...give me a nice body of water and a cool drink, and I'm set!

Sara Chapman in Seattle, USA said...

I so love these shots. This is my absolute favorite time of day. Perfect stillness and the color of the sky is my idea of heaven. Thanks for a great post.

Kerry said...

Shovels as oars? That sounds like something I might try.

What a beautiful time of day.

lina@happy family said...

Very peaceful lake...

chubskulit said...

That's a very relaxing scenery!

Lesa said...

hahahah-- those guys must have been a hoot! They weren't from Ok by any chance, were they.

Lovely lake photos!

KAHVIKISSA¤AURINGONKUKKA;) said...

SO BEAUTIFUL PHOTOS ;)
have a nice day!

Stan said...

Relaxing pictures. Very nice.

hip-chick said...

Laughter is the best thing to hear...and it's contagious. It can't help spreading joy.

Janis said...

LOL...that is too funny...some people have some strange ideas. Great photos

agnetha said...

It feels good to know his grandfather's hand in his, when you are in deep water. Check out my blog.

Bloggin in PA said...

What a cool idea! I already did my photo post today but I will deff do this next week! :-)

Shiju Sugunan said...

Very pleasant pictures. I entered for the first time today.

http://craniumbolts.blogspot.com/2010/07/watery-wednesday.html

wenn said...

lovely! Happy Wednesday!

JunieRose2005 said...

...it's where I want to be!! :)

Junie

Judy Sheldon-Walker said...

I didn't do a watery Wednesday this week, but had to come and enjoy yours. Thanks for sharing.

Jew Wishes said...

How serene and lovely..so soothing to look at.

charmie said...

Relaxing and peaceful scenery, beautiful place I would imagine :)

munamaj Sweden said...

Looks very relaxing. Could stand there fishing. Which also is relaxing.

eileeninmd said...

Sounds like the guys had a fun time out on the lake! Wonderful photos!

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