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11 November 2012

Sunday Scenes

Pictures taken in Gran Canaria
Super Harbour
Just the place for a cooling drink
See-through water! The fishes were right at the bottom.

15 comments:

Brian Miller said...

ah...lovely...to be at the marina today...would be beautiful....hope you are having a great weekend

Mel said...

Wow....on a gray drizzling morning--welcomed sights!

Lea said...

All the scenes are lovely.. And my favorite is the see-through water! So clean and clear you can indeed see the fishes at the bottom :)

Ron said...

Bellissima, Valerie!

I love the name of the restaurant...Mozart!

Have a Super Sunday, dear lady!

X

Valerie said...

Thanks Brian, so far so good as weekends go.

Valerie said...

I am ashamed, Ron, 'cos I hadn't noticed the name. Ciao!

Joseph Daggatt said...

Mozart Restaurant. Just the place for Tea and Symphony!!!
It was lovely there.Happy days.

Joseph Daggatt said...

Mozart Restaurant. Just the place for Tea and Symphony!!!
It was lovely there.Happy days.

Jenny Woolf said...

Ah what lovely water. It makes me want to dive in and swim down there with my snorkel!

HermanTurnip said...

Living in San Diego, I grew accustomed to the water having a heavy ting of green to it. See through it is not.

Imagine my surprise during my first time to Maui and seeing that blue ocean for the first time...and being able to see the fish swim underneath. Amazing!

Wanda...plain~N~simple said...

Love the harbour scene, wish I was there!

Jimmy said...

They are all great but I have to say I like the fish through the water picture about the best :)

faye said...

beautifully captured...
another place I need to visit !!

Happy Monday Val !!

Bernie said...

The pictures are awesome! Glad you had such a nice weekend....big hugs

Valerie said...

‘groaning’ Joe... but you’re right.

Hi Herman, it must have been a revelation. Glad you had the experience.

So do I, Wanda.

Thanks, Jimmy. The water seems to be everybody’s favourite, including mine.

Thank you, Bernie. Glad you enjoyed the pictures.