Thursday, January 17, 2008

Fishing at Seal Point


One afternoon, when life was beyond hectic, and I had been chasing my tail for months and jumping through hoops with my interior design business, I brought a young Swedish friend out to St Francis to look around while I installed some curtains. When I had finished I was about to rush back to town (PE) and suddenly though "what for?" I was on such a treadmill I had forgotten how to relax. So we sat together on the rocks, taking photos as the sun went down. I used this picture as wallpaper on my computer throughout the following year, to remind me to to stop and smell the roses!

6 comments:

quin[tarantino] said...

Wonderful. A great ideia you had.

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

WOW! Super Photo!!!!! Great color and dramatic.

Kate said...

You are ambitious to take on another daily photo blog even if you have "tons of photos." But, what a pleasure for us to see another aspect of SA! Thank you. PS. I enjoyed viewing all of the photos you've posted so far! It looks like a dream location. Sigh! If only I had known about it when I visited before!!

uncertainhorizon said...

That photo is awe inspiring... it really gives perspective on how small someone really is compared to the ocean.

sam said...

Yes Kate, I must admit I wondered if I will cope, but even if it is for a short while, it will be nice to show some aspects of the place.

UH... nice to meet you, and you are right, that is exactly how you feel when sitting on those rocks!

bobbie said...

This one, and sunrise at Cape St.Francis - stunning. And this one certainly captures the mood and the moment.