Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Water Story

I don't know if this is only here in the US that if there is a body of water usually houses is also built around it. And that is not all if you live close to a lake or river your property value is higher than others. Last Sunday, I went pontoon boating with friends. And here are some of my picstory:

                                                                 Boat launch area


                                                                             Huge houses

                                                                   Silhouette shot

                                                       The end of the lake is this little bridge

                                     See more photos at PICSTORY and WATERY WEDNESDAY




17 comments:

Leckeres fuer Mensch und Katze - Goodies for a pleasant life said...

Thanks for this wonderful watery PicStory :) Very nice! LG Tina

fredamans said...

I'd love to live in one of those places! I love the water! Great shots Kim!

Art said...

Beautiful pictures!

I would like to live in one of Those places, I love the sea. I live near the mountains!

Gemma Wiseman said...

Enjoyed this photo journey round a delightful watery area! And those houses are most desirable for their style and views!

Pieces of Sunshine said...

I think it is much the same in Australia too, people enjoy looking at water even if they don't enjoy being in/on it. Those houses are massive!

emmanuelmateo said...

oh,,i like those house ate,,

Geli said...

Oh Kim, the houses there on the water, which are really great and I want to live there ... but since my money is not determined enough ...

Leovi said...

Nice pictures, I especially like the reflections of water in the fourth.

Reader Wil said...

Wonderful houses! I hope all the children living there can swim, for I know people living near a canal or other waterway, who lost a child by drowning. Children love playing near water.
Thanks for your comment. I know that there are children all over the world who are abused and have to work at an early age. That's why we have to support UNICEF, Oxfam Novib, Fairtrade and many others.

elke said...

Your water Photos are very interesting!

lg
elke

Ms. Becky said...

these photos are splendid!!! I love each and every one. fantastic. happy day to you Kim.

Woody said...

In some parts of the country, pontooning is a sport! Nice houses.

Mama Zen said...

I would sure like to live there!

bobbybegood1 said...

I so totally agree with Mama Zen. Perfect place for raising a family or just a single occupant. I can only imagine the wonderful time you had. And, yes, living near or around water increases the property value tremendously. Great pics Kim. Cheers!!

sush said...

Ahh- fabulous shots you have there on your blog.
Do follow me back on http://sushmasgallery.blogspot.com
if you liked it.
cheers

sush

labbie1 said...

Lovely pictures. Looks like a good time!

Linnea said...

What a fun place. Wow! Look at those big house right along the water! You've photographed this spot very well. Thanks for visiting my watery shot. Enjoy the week!

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