Or rather, what's left of it. It is sad that we are nineteen inches below average with rainfall amounts this year and the lake has been off limits to ski and sail but it sure is nice to now have a "beach" to walk and play upon right here in our backyard. Yes, we missed the water sport events this summer but only to realize that now,



Noelle said...

Ah, the pros and cons of bad weather... I really like your photos!

Dan said...

It still makes for a great picture. Before I clicked to enlarge, I thought those were two sailboats on the water!

Thanks for visiting my blog today. That was very nice of you!

Liquid said...

Thank you for your visit and your kind comment! Come back when you can!


Thank you for visiting my blog! Yup, the illuzion of sailboats in the distant water. I like that.

Sandy Carlson said...

Looks like a shoreline scene! I like the soft color in this photo.

I like your banner, too!

God bless.

Bella said...

So sad, but you're such a positive thinker!

And you know I LOVE a beach!!!


QUASAR9 said...

Hi Liquid,
love the new look

QUASAR9 said...

Hi Liquid, lol
hard to use dark matter in art since it is not visible, I guess on paper in pgotography or canvass, it's like shadows that highlight an image or line
in space dark matter would seem to demarcate its own gravity or mass