Lake Dora Reflections

Thanks to the YNOT Yachts gang we have a real set of great photos to share today. Its always fun to see how different people see the same things we see. At one point we went out together and grabbed the exact same photos, of course theirs are so much better, I threw my camera away. I have decided to name each photo as a work of art. Enjoy the show!

SEE Plane!

Graffiti in motion

Mahogany In Motion

I call this. “Bugs In Teeth”

Little Big Boat

I call this ” Yea Yea”

Red White and Mahogany!

Blue Velvet

Catch Me If You Can

Hooked For life

Silver Morning

GO GO!

Riva Run!

Feather Lust!

Never Normal

I call this one. PERFECTION!

I call this.. Back Pain!

Live Life Full Throttle

Boating To Heaven

BLUE BY YOU!

Red Dew!

Rumble Speed

Yellow There!

Silver Smoke

Need a break?

Sea Foam Meets Beer Foam

Twins?

All hail Florida!

Headed out

At peace

Oh there is more to come. What did we shoot? Sunrise magic tomorrow! You think I am not going to milk this for more? We are saving the best for last!

Oh that light!

 

 

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17 Responses to “Sunnyland Photos. Good Photos! Part One.”
    • Jaxon

      Silly human. Been gone so long he forgot who the lead dog is! I see all the neat stuff, his view never changes!

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    • m-fine

      It is warm (as long as you are indoors) and sunny in Rochester today. The sky is actually blue and so haze free that I can see Lake Ontario from my office downtown. If we are lucky, we will get another 5 or 6 days like this before next winter!

      Reply
  1. Mark in Ohio (sometimes da U P )

    That was neat! Really like the way you showed all different boats. A great way to start the day.

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  2. Chris

    What a great weekend away from the snow. Only 8 more hours and we will be home. The photos look fantastic. Your right about the back pain. Seat heater is on.

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  3. Michael S. Maddox

    The “twin” Rivas…. are those both Olympics? Any details on them?

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  4. Carla

    Fabulous, Matt! You allow the rest of us to enjoy the scenery, while imagining the sounds. Kudos to the photographers AND the models…wood, glass, and aluminum!

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  5. Gil Grant

    Thanks for including Blue Velvet in the pics, great time, lots of old and new friends !

    Reply

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