I was just about to give up on posting here after trying for a few hours…when magically, things started to move.
The weather looks like it will be great for cruising the Sea of Abaco this week so we will be heading back to Man-o-War to pick up our jib and then go on to Hopetown, which Bob tells me is lovely. And there is a lighthouse there for my collection of lighthouse pics!
I’ve been creating a series of Bahamas postcards from some of my images just for fun. There’s something about the views and light here that seems to suit a stylized kind of treatment. I’ve been experimenting and having fun with Topaz filters.
So here are some postcards for you, from Bob and Charles and me in the Bahamas…
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Great post cards, those last 2 are my favorites.
Your postcards are lovely! They need to find their way onto your walls at home so you can look on them again and again and remember this grand adventure you’re having.
Just back home from Abaco, Sherry, and you are fuelling my nostalgia!!! RH
If I had seen that one with that big shell I think I would have thought I had gone to heaven, love. love all the color in the postcards.
All so lovely Sherry! So glad you were able to post, I needed my tropical color fix!
Such beautiful post cards Sherry. I feel in love right away with the White House with pink trim. Very charming. The entire series is wonderful.
Have a lovely time sailing this week.
Those are all gorgeous and I’m sure you could sell them. I love that pretty pink and white house!
These are absolutely wonderful, Sherry! Lovely compositions and the treatments are perfect for them. Glad to hear you’re getting good weather. Have a great cruise!
Oh Sherry these are all just beautiful!! Sounds like you are getting a lot of sunshine, beautiful scenery, and loads of pictures! Thanks for sharing these, I love Topaz filters. Have a great week!
These are beautiful, Sherry.
I absolutely love the one of the shell.
Have a wonderful week ahead!
Beautiful cards – love the treatment on the first two especially. They certainly say light and tropical!