Thursday, October 14, 2010


Photo & Text © 2010 Kim- Seattle Daily Photo. All rights reserved; no use, alteration, reproduction or republishing in any media.
I caught a glimpse of a man hanging out on a dock, deep in thought, near these brightly colored ship-shape boats.  Countless people have learned to sail these at the Center for Wooden Boats. And aren't the lines of the boat being rowed in the background pretty? Someone built a real beauty. Just another day in the life of a city surrounded by water. In this case, it is Lake Union.

Hey, thanks to the 499 folks following SDP through Google Friend Connect. I am wondering who will be #500? We should know in a day or two :-).

Update:  Woo hoo! Fellow photoblogger Larry Jeffreys of Los Alamos Daily Photo became the 500th follower via Google Friend Connect. Thanks Larry! And, thanks to everyone, known or unknown, that visits SDP regularly or subscribes to the RSS feed. You guys are wonderful!


Bibi said...

Two kinds of reflections: the man's and the boats'. Clever!

Yes, and I do love the lines of that boat in the background. If I had a boat, that's what it would be.

brattcat said...

Excellent post. Wish I could sign up again to be your 500th. Congratulations.

Curlsie said...

Great insight into Seattle. I kno wnothing of the city but no it looks lovely! This boat shot is my favourite

Kate said...

Whenever I see overturned boats on one of the lakes in our Twin Cities, I feel that summer is indeed over. Always a feeling of nostaglia. Colourful boats, Kim.