#SundayStills ~ On the Water #Photography

Welcome to the Sunday Stills feature usually hosted by Terry Webster Schrandt. Terry is on a blogging break so for the next three weeks Sunday Stills will be hosted by Natalie the Explorer.


The theme this week is ‘Afloat’ which brings to mind boats, wildlife but not immediately planes. We saw this seaplane in Scotland on Loch Lomond.


River cruise anyone?


Life on river, canal and ocean


Our transport across the river

Sailboat in the bay


Some life boat manoeuvres to finish

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  1. Beautiful images Cathy and Dartmouth looks glorious in the sun! 🌞 Enjoy the rest of your weekend and much love from our house to yours 🤗💕🐕 xxx

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  2. Cathy, You’ve a great ‘Afloat’ photo collection. I love the sea plane and all the boats you featured. The video shows the boat captain’s terrific navigation skills although I’m not sure I want to be on that boat when s/he was doing the turns. The ducks, geese ans swan look like what we have here. Thank you for your contribution to #Sunday Stills. Next week’s theme is ‘Colourful Murals’. I hope to see you again soon.

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  3. Hi Cathy, thought I would hop over to bloggers’ SS posts while I have a little downtime this week in between whirlwind adventures! What a fab photo of the seaplane (sadly, we’ve seen too many of those this summer as firefighters are using them to drop water from the nearby lake to the various local fires around here). Love that river cruise–the weather looks perfect for it! Thanks for supporting Natalie in my absence 🙂

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    1. Hi Terri, I didn’t realise there were fires in your area. Hope they’re under control and no-one was hurt. The river cruise was very enjoyable. Dartmouth is a favourite place to visit. It was my pleasure, although I don’t think I have anything for next week. Hope all is well 🙂

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