The last weeks cruising the Abacos, Bahamas, have felt much longer — they’ve stretched like elastic as our days have unfolded organically and naturally.
We have molded our course to the wind and the weather and are now waiting for a good window to cross back to Florida on Windsong II.
Here are some images that stick with me — and just seem to call out for monochrome treatment.
8 thoughts on “Bahamas cruise in monochrome…”
The pic of your husband on the boat…priceless.
Have a good weekend.
LOVE your monochrome images…they always tell a story and speak to me the most, no matter the artist. Happy and safe returns to Florida. I’ve enjoyed my morning catching up with you on your blog.
These are just beautiful, Sherry.
Have a safe trip back to Florida.
I love that feeling you get on a long boating trip, when the days start to unfold organically, as you so aptly describe! Enjoy! Also I love the top photo, and the one of you with the very cute little pig.
Yes, your treatment is stunning. Love the pig in the water and Bob being Bob. Wonderful.
I also want to say your writing is so enjoyable. Your choice of words just so discriptive.
Have a safe crossing. See you back in Florida.
Love the picture of Bob, looks like an old salt with tales to tell.
You’re right! They do call out for monochrome treatment. Stunning photos!