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Wow.. it is a beauty. No wonder you don’t want to talk!
Lovely. I know you will find that serenity 🙂
Beautiful, Paula. I went for a similar form of serenity 🙂 And the music is wonderful as always – what is it?
Cafe del Mar – guitar
WOW ! I ❤ it !
Dovresti tornare li’….
E’ troppo bello e suggestivo!
Gorgeous sunset you captured there….
That picture can be perfectly used in an Interpretation Dictionary for the word “Serenity”!
Stunning, vibrant, serene, solitude, all captured beautifully
Wonderful, Paula, I want to go there too …
Cafe del Mar goes so well with it, it takes me almost there.
Stor *KLEM* til deg
Such stunning beauty
I have some Cafe del Mar in my collection, it’s been years since I’ve listened so thank you for the reminder, great music. Wonderful photo to go with the music, i’m now a little more relaxed 🙂
I would say wonderful music to go with the photo. Photo is a priority after all 😀 Thank you, Mark 🙂
What was i thinking 😉
One should sit in the boat and let it turn around – wordless of course – and sail out against the splendid light… 🙂
understandable… completely. thanks for sharing that moment of serenity with us.
Merci a toi Julie. Bisous
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What a relaxing treat thank youPaula, and the music matches the mood so well! Doesn’t summer feel so far away . . . enjoy your week-end!
Oh yes, especially the summer of 2013 ;). Thank you very much Patti. Have a fuflilling weekend too!
I’m so glad I’ve finally got round to filling my screen with your wonderful photos. I can really see the many layers of colour (far more than I saw on the small image) the silkiness of the water with its sunset reflections, the solidity of the headland, and then the boat triumphantly breaking the rule of thirds. Superb.
And I hope you are approaching superb serenity yourself. May everything conspire to make this so.
🙂 this is the best wish, Meg 🙂
le titre va merveilleusement bien avec la photo !
C’est la Corse. Tu l’as reconue?
Ah non faut dire qu’il y a pas beaucoup de quoi la reconnaitre ! c’est vers ou ?
La partie nord de l’ile qu’on appelle doit ou la pouce.
Wow! That relaxes me just looking at it. Absolutely beautiful! 😀
Thank you Linda 🙂
Perfectly serene, Paula. The colours are amazing. 🙂
Not Bora Bora, but still great 😀
If I ever write a book on travelling, I will borrow this picture for the book cover !! Splendid shot !
😆 I’d be honured
Wishing you this kind of bliss.
Thank you, Sue. Big hugs…. 🙂
I love that silent moment of contemplation and awe looking at sunsets too:) Beautiful!!
Nicely put Cheryl-Lynn 🙂
Gorgeous!! That ruby red in the sky!! I love the black of the mountain side too, great contrast. Oh to be on that boat right now….
Nothing quite like the combination of a sunset (or sunrise), a boat and calm water to give one serenity.
You won’t see me argue with that Master 😀
These colours blow me away! Somehow, I think, this really translates into serenity. Very nice entry for the theme, Paula.
Love it, Paula. Serenity in the truest sense of the word.
Thank you, it me some back too.
Thank you, Hilary 🙂
Beautiful bright colors and very serene… Lovely…
If I can have that music playing as I lie on the deck of that yacht, I will need to say nothing at all 🙂 Blissful!
Absolutely gorgeous, Paula…I could sit and watch for hours, even not noticing that the light has disappeared and still be amazed, yet calm at the same time. Where is this beauty from?
Still enjoying music…yes, words are definitely not needed here… 🙂
I wanted to keep it a secret, but for your eyes only … it is Corsica 😀
Gorgeous! I should start working on my bucket list or something similar to that… 🙂
PS: I promise not to tell anyone…!
Thank you very much, Leya 🙂
A sublime scene Paula!!!
Stunningly beautiful, Paula. Corsica? I hope you got your serenity back – maybe you were just missing me? 🙂
You got it. I have missed you 🙂
Thank you, Paula.
That is certainly serene and inviting.
Continua vendo, vais rir 😀
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