Really like the photo. It's interesting and has character..Well done,Troy and Martha
I forgot to mention..... I did get to look around in the old house, after I kicked a few Rattlesnakes out of the way.Troy
I like this shot so much. Makes me want to jump on one of the bikes except they look a little small for me. Maybe the boat would hold me.
I like this, it feels real, like being there.
Makes me want a bike even more. Did I tell you, that is one of my goals, to save money for a bike.
Nice one. It's got a great laid back beachy feel to it.
Fun photo for sky watch friday full of interesting things going on. Thanks for sharing this little peek into life on long island.
Perfect shot! Hope the water is cool, makes me want to take a dip!Ebie's Skywatch and 300th Post.
Wow. I Love this! What a great mood!
I like this one, what a great way to end a week.
Cool shot of sand, boat, and sky. The Long Island Sound looks like it might go on forever here.
I really like that photo Daryl. It makes me just want to walk down there and sit by the sea!
Very nice and I love the water.
fab capture daryl...is this a circa 1960s era piece?
Wonderful summery forms of transportation! I like this very much. I like what you did with it, too.
Want to "step into" the photo...lovely ~ Maria
I like this shot, makes me think of a day on the beach:-)
Just like us, the older just gets better :O)...I really like the composition and the nifty enhancement.Happy Friday!
I can't hear anything!
a finely tweaked image. so cool result.
Oh I liked that one.
Very inviting. Makes you wonder where the bike riders are. And you do NOT hate children. You sent one of mine a present! lol
Great shot! Love the composition and it does have character!Enjoy your weekend, Daryl!Sylvia
A truly wonderful old shot, Daryl.
A Beach, *sigh*.
Very vintage. I like the layer of 3. Sand, water, sky.
Nicely done, Daryl. I like these shots that leave you wondering what's going on, what they're all about.Did kids leave those bikes there to go for a swim? Whose boats are those?
THAT is awesome!
Could be rural Hawaii, Daryl.Consider this: This week in 1830, Charles Durant flre his baloon from NYC to Perth Amboy across the Hudson. If only you were there to photo it!Aloha-Comfort Spiral
Love the way you have accentuated the sand.
I'm old, would that work for me? So envy that sweet spot on the water.
It draws you in but only so far. Very nicely done.
Oh what a great shot. That belongs in a frame
Love this shot.Sydney - City and Suburbs
nostalgic and inviting. takes me back and draws me in.
Neat shot. Makes me want to dive right in...
this looks so inviting. I want to walk down that sandy path!
simply beautifully captured shot....lovely!
what a lovely atmospheric shot.
That looks like a Sunfish in the distance - unusual shot of the Sound in the foreground.
Daryl: Thanks for sharing this shot with SWF, very cool.
Sometimes I really like the look of a 35mm film photo. It's like listening to vinyl insead of a cd.Great shot!
Great shot - so many points of interest! 's one you look at for a while not just glance at.
Beautiful sky! have a great weekend.
Oh wow, that is such a beautiful photograph.
See...old is good!Miss you!<><
I love the mood to this photo. Sure makes me wish I was there.
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