Wordless Wednesday : Early Morning Reflections

Drake's Pool, Crosshaven

Drake’s Pool, Crosshaven

Travel Theme : Stillness

Greek Islands

A calm harbour

It’s a great feeling at the end of a day on the sea, to come into harbour and tie up, sit on the deck, and enjoy the stillness

Greek Islands

Boats in harbour

And even though there may be many boats, they are all tied up, and will stay where they are, bobbing gently as the waves lap around, until next morning when it’s all go again, anchors up, motors started and off for another day!

Greek Islands

Blue and blue

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Weekly Photo Challenge : Reflections

Reflection must be for solitary hours     (Jane Austen)

A lake must be still to show a reflection

http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2014/03/21/weekly-photo-challenge-reflections/

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