Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Q is for Quay

Living on the 
West Coast 
of British 
Columbia means 
that our 
outings often 
take us 
to the sea.

Lonsdale Quay, North Vancouver
Over the years, we have spent much time on quays, wharfs, docks and piers. I have finally learned to keep my camera with me at all times to capture photos of what catches our imaginations.

Fishing boats,Steveston, B.C.

My husband 
and spent 
a while 
imagining that 
we might buy 
this old boat 
to fix up 
and run away 
to sea in. 

we are still 
land bound...
 The fishing community of Finn Slough, situated in Richmond, B.C.

Fraser River, Surrey, B.C.

Patullo Bridge, Surrey, B.C.

 Of all the usual haunts, our perennial favourite is the hamlet of White Rock. We have spent many contented hours enjoying its simple beauty.

I'm linking this post to ABC Wednesday, and suggest you drop by and check out other takes on the letter'Q'...


Debra She Who Seeks said...

As a land-locked prairie girl, boats, quays, the ocean and such fascinate me.

Leslie: said...

I have been to all these locations and must say you've done a spectacular job with your photos! We must meet up sometime and go on a photo safari together!

abcw team

Wanda said...

Oh what lovely pictures. That last one with the reflections is just facinating.

Roger Owen Green said...

it's such a UK word!
ROG, ABC Wednesday team

Keetha Broyles said...

The wharf picture drew me over, and NONE of the pictures disappointed!

Katy Cameron said...

Oh I do like to be beside the seaside... Fab collection of pics :o)

sharon dadivas said...

Oops, I think I'm getting seasick. Just kidding. Actually, That's a good idea. Go on, Buy that old boat. You can make something new from that.

mandurah property

Sherry Blue Sky said...

Lovely, kiddo. Beautiful photos, as always! The top one is fantastic with those puffy clouds!