Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Kayaks in crayon brights

Kayaks 2

Next day we went kayaking to the caves: a seven-mile trip that I won't forget ever. Those caves were quite a sight up, close, and personal. You paddle in one of these crayon-bright kayaks (we chose red) through an infinite blue and then chase the echo of your own voice inside the caves :) We even spotted a family of birds that had made the caves their home (no, we did not encounter any bats ;D) Waves crashing inside the caves make you realize how relentlessly they have been working like chisels over centuries to create these masterpieces. Since we made back to the shore without incident, I regret not taking my precious Nikon on water :(
And yes we found a feathered-friend, once back in the town :)

Superior poser ;D

14 comments:

tommie said...

That is one of the most gorgeous shots I have ever seen! Reminds me of mongo crayons.

Monika said...

gorgeous pics :)

Abraham Lincoln said...

Gosh. Kayaks are nice colors.

Gawdess said...

stunningly beautiful and bright pictures with such vivid words-really enjoying this series of posts.

Hilary said...

What a perfect shot of those kayaks.. too cool!

Faye Pekas said...

Was just looking back through your vacation posts. Sounds like a wonderful time. Good for you! Some really great shots too.

photowannabe said...

Wow Moi, you have outdone yourself with the kyack shot. I just love the primary colors and the deep shadows.
Awesome!!!

'JoAnn's-D-Eyes'NL said...

hi Moi,
kwaak kwaak I like ducks, also the boat with their bright colours....

se my boattrip (sunset) fromlast weekend: www.joannwalraven.blogspot.com

Greetings JoAnn's D Eyes /Holland

Sarad said...

the lighting of the kayaks is excellent.

Jen said...

I love the kayaks Moi!

Jackal said...

Love the kayaks!

Still said...

I love the enjoying first one.

annulla said...

That shot of the kayaks is just gorgeous, a real masterpiece. Really, one of your best.

Blather From Brooklyn

tr3nta said...

I love the kayak one, the colors and the way they vanish on shade.