Saturday, 31 July 2010

Public display

It's carnival time in our area.  Everyone is making sure they look their best for being out in public.


 Some greet the public with a new coat of paint, hastily applied the day before (yesterday it was grey).



  The butterflies absorb sunlight along with the atmosphere



Some individuals survey the public from a safe distance and with a certain disdain.



Most make sure of a good vantage point ...



... for the public firework display on the beach.

So, if you'd like to meet the public in the Photo Hunt, pay a visit to TNchick's site where you can find out more.

16 comments:

  1. My eyes are stuck in the red boat. No carnival without fireworks. The photos are all beautiful.

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  2. A red boat surely gets all the attention! lovely fireworks !

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  3. Great pictures. I really like them.

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  4. beautiful shots for this weeks theme!

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  5. The public must have been very pleased to see such beauty.

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  6. Very nice shots! Like that firework too.

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  7. a red boat and a beautiful butterfly--they're my favorite.:p

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  8. It may have been a quick paint job, but it came out looking nice.

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  9. I love the red boat... very pretty!
    All that for the perfect fireworks display :-)

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  10. The owner did a great job repainting the boat red. It sure did catch our attention at first glance here. :)

    http://crizcats.blogspot.com/

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  12. Great variety of photos! Would work really well for next week's theme, "colorful", too!! :-) Thanks for sharing and your kind words about my own pic! (What kinds of leftovers do you all have there from WWII? Bunkers? Spotting towers??)

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  13. Very cool take on the theme and I really like that first shot right along with that gorgeous butterfly. Well done

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  14. Very well composed on the theme Public

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