Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Offshore

It didn't matter that the Summersville Lake had not been filled. The chained docks lying on the dry mud at the bottom of the poles made a neat design. The driftwood and beer bottles, once on the lake bottom, were visible. The early boaters were happy just to get out. Bob and I had plenty to photograph. April 2012

I chained the brown "poles" to my background, just as the brown poles in the lake were chained to the dock. When the dam is opened and the lake fills, the docks rise with the water yet stay chained to the poles so as to not drift away. Here is my detail:

This is my 487th post. At post 500, I will select a winner for a nice giveaway. Any comments left until then is a chance to win! I appreciate your visits!

8 comments:

Chantal Vandenberg said...

What a lovely, balanced page!!! Thanks so much for your lovely comment with all the info about your previous layout! Also thanks so much for the offer with posting the SM page! Never mind about it although - the thought is lovely though, hey! Thanks so much again!
:D

Charlotte Brochu said...

Really great details on your layout Cindy! I love the "chained" posts!

Deeps said...

This is such a lovely page. The details with the chains are va nice touch.

Amy said...

Nice job....love how you chained the poles...great detail!

MARILYN said...

Lovely page, Cindy!!! great place, love the pics! the chain details are fabulous! I hope everything is fine there my friend, Take care!
Hugs!

Carin McDonough said...

Such a lovely page Cindy and I love the large photo of your husband! :)

Sharon said...

Absolutely gorgeous page, Cindy! I love everything about it, especially the great photos!!!!

Debbie said...

Beautiful layout Cindy and I enjoyed reading your post about the pictures. I do agree with everyone else, that the added chains are a nice finishing touch to your layout!!