Thursday, January 22, 2009

Wordless Wednesday On Thursday Evening


20 comments:

Florida Beach Basics said...

you really need to clean that windshield! :) marge

Rurality said...

I can't tell what it is... but it's surely not the snow I thought it was at first...

Kittikity said...

To me it looks like a very large pipe that's sitting partially in the water with the sun shining through something that's behind the photographer..

Kimberlee said...

Whatever it is...it has something scummy on the bottom. Hmm.

kevin said...

I don't know what it is. I'm just posting to say happy birthday. You're really getting old.

Dani said...

Happy Birthday FC!!! Hope you have a wonderful day.

Pablo said...

And Happy Birthday on a Friday morning!

Anonymous said...

FC-
I was just in your neck of the woods so my guess is that's a close up of Nemo who has changed from orange to blue in the cold weather you are having! Sorry we missed you but will see you in March. Happy B-day!
Lightnin

cinbad122 said...

Off the rail at Cedar Key??

Sandcastle Momma said...

Happy Birthday FC! Here's to many, many more!

Jen said...

Happy Birthday from me too. Hope you have a great one and get some time outdoors to enjoy it!

Did it MY way said...

Florida swamp stick

Deb said...

Happy birthday FC! :)

Susan Rose said...

It's a white pipe/railing with stripes from the sun and corrosion on the underside. Beyond is a body of water.

Anonymous said...

I'm thinking that it's the water pipe that crosses the San Sebastian River beside the bridge next to Theo's.....how about it FC??

Woodie

Cathy S. said...

HAPPY HAPPY BIRTHDAY!

threecollie said...

Itsa big tube. Itsa by the water. Itsa mystery to me...

robin andrea said...

Interesting photo, fc. I like the light and whatever it's shining through.

Happy birthday to you. Have a great and wonderful day.

Floridacracker said...

Thanks y'all!

Susan Rose ... great, for never being there!
Woodie ... exactly that.

Floridacracker said...

Kittikitti,
Left you off of that congrats note, but good job, you described it well!