Fishing Boats At Rest


Tuesday 21 January, 2014 by Uncle Spike

A day out during winter needs certain ingredients

1. Sun

2. Scenery

3. Good company

4. Decent grub

Love these simple shots. All include a good bit of winter sun, decent scenery, were taken with excellent company (hugs to Aunty Spike & Cousin Spike Jnr) and were followed by the sharing of a lovely meal 🙂












8 thoughts on “Fishing Boats At Rest

  1. I love winter sun and fishing boats! And peaceful shores where there is noone else or a few.
    Last week we were in Fethiye for two days, and I enjoyed it very much that wrote a blog post. It is in Turkish but you might want to have a look at the pictures if you are interested:


  2. The boats are lovely. Enjoy!


  3. Pat says:

    I really like the white boats, Uncle Spike. Sounds like a perfect day.


  4. mvschulze says:

    Last image: Looks like a lot, a lot of sailboats moored in the distance. Is this a resort area?


  5. fredrieka says:

    I am jealous I just want to run and play and it is to cold. Our summers are better then yours it gets really hot only a few days out of the year. I just have to wait


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