Day two with two more photos of Oban sunsets. I hope you enjoy viewing them as much as I do. In the midst of busy daily life at home, looking at these photos takes me back to a calmer moment in time; one day I really must go for a ride on a sailboat. I like the second image because the lines lead you in a bit of a zig zag pattern in my opinion.
Down the pier, to the boats, back to the buildings on the right and then to the setting sun. Well, my eyes follow that direction anyway. I can see in my minds eye us strolling back to our hotel which is some ways behind the tall building on the right – a church – still taking in the gorgeous sunset. Ahhh…
These two sunset photos and a couple of the prior ones were taken outside of a bay-side restaurant where we had just eaten some fantastic seafood. I told DH not to touch his plate until I took a photo of it. There are seven different yummies on this plate. Can you guess what they are?
Boats, water and a sunset … doesn’t get much better. Although I love boating, sailing on the ocean or one of the Great Lakes ain’t my thing 🤢 Been there, done that and won’t do again 😁
I’ve done paddle boats and pontoon boats on lakes and bays and was fine. One fishing trip out on the ocean where a storm came in? Sooooooo green!
Raw salmon, mussels, prawns, oysters, clams, squids?
Not quite, yes, no, yes, no, no…. 🙂
I see prawns, mussels, oysters and crab?
I have not been on a sailboat but a boat … yes. A fishing boat on the ocean! And a cruise ship indeed! Love it!
Your sunsets are pretty and that one on the bottom is my favorite because of what you said… the zig zag!
Thanks, Nancy but no prawns. The platter held: one crab claw, langostines, oysters, mussels, scallops, smoked trout and smoked salmon. Oh that smoked trout was so good.
Boats and sunsets just go together so well. And a yummy plate of seafood to go with the view…doesn’t get any better!