A Frenchie with German blood who likes to travel.
Its pretty in the evening too when the buildings are flood lit.
A great port and a familiar virew...
Chic hein! :)Beautiful and elegant composition!Léia
As said yesterday -I love boats, ports and ships:)Have a nice afternoon Ciel!
Nice ships, they all look so clean!
I'm wondering how my yacht made it over there. I can't remember that port at all!Looks like a festive place. I shall have to return some day.
Hi Ciel - re your question on Stone Creek: It was the late afternoon sun hitting that stone wall! I'd like to see some sun today ... it's been raining for two days which is unusual for us.
Harbors and marinas are always grand looking.My second daughter's name is Richelle---does that mean something too? LOL'MB
What does the name on the side of the closest ship/boat mean? Is it just a name? I tried translating, but it just kept coming up the same.Would love to see it at night too.
@ Magpie : maline is a not so common word for spring tides. L'îlienne means the islander (feminine version vs. l'îlien for masculine).
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