Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Rowing on Town Lake

Rowing on Town Lake in Austin, Tx at dusk.

Not many words today. I'm (barely) awake early enough for the sunrise, but sadly, I'm not able to take any photos of it. Instead, I'm about to have a meeting with some folks in Bangalore, India. My life would be easier if the whole planet was in the same time zone! Who's idea was it to make the planet round?

Anyway, point your browser over to Watery Wednesday for other watery photos.

7 comments:

The Explorer said...

great shot...i checked it in large view...very clear...you really have great gallery here.

Linnea W said...

That looks like a great place to row. I think the rower is enjoying the setting sun too! Thanks for visiting my Watery Wed. post. Yes, there were many other goslings. If you want to see pics of them, go to my Travels with L & Z blog. I captured several roving gangs of them! Enjoy the day...

Bryan said...

Nice. I enjoy a good row every now and then. You can thank physics/The Creator/other belief for our oblate ellipsoid of a planet.

Photo Cache said...

I really enjoyed this photo, very nice composition. Hey, happy earth day and thanks for featuring all those gorgeous photos of mother earth.

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

Well, a flat planet might be even more crazy. hehe!

I like how the rower is coming into the photo from the side, and not just centered, like most folks would do.

The trees frame everything nicely. Well done!

~Lisa
New Mexico

Wren said...

Looks peaceful and relaxing, even if you were up and about before your morning coffee.

Russ said...

Thanks ya'll!

I'm a big fan of Terry Pratchett and his Disk world series of books - which features a flat, disc shaped work resting on the backs of four huge elephants which are in turn standing on the back of an enormous turtle (with the name Great A'Tuin). Dawn on the diskworld sounds, uh, interesting...