A Fisherman's Christmas

There's a reason this location is called "Blue Rocks"! While I had a play with post processing, I didn't adjust any of the colour. It would be criminal on my part to deem to alter that mustard-coloured seaweed!

Which brings me to that whimsical tree! I'll have to check past photos to see if the tree was placed there or if it's growing (I lean toward the latter!) Out in the open, it's hard to say how tall it is, but buoys (I'm guessing) are at least 18" tall...

In this corner of Canada, I think an image like this would make a delightful Christmas card! Mine for this year are completed, but if I get started on next year's cards, I could get a head start...
Such a lovely festive scene!
posted December 11th, 2017  
Would certainly be a great card!
posted December 11th, 2017  
I like the layers and colors in this shot.
posted December 11th, 2017  
What a wonderful sight! It wasn’t until I read your words did I realise the tree is decorated with buoys! Brilliant! So creative and would certainly make a great Christmas card! I love the colours of Blue Rocks with the fabulous contrast of the yellow seaweed! Fav!
posted December 11th, 2017  
Fascinating :)
posted December 11th, 2017  
Very creative and clever. Nicely captured.
posted December 11th, 2017  
What an awesome find! I agree, would make a fab Christmas card
posted December 11th, 2017  
Awesome shot
posted December 14th, 2017  
This is very very pretty! My kind of tree! :) Fav.
posted December 14th, 2017  
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