Saturday, December 13, 2008

Scenic Sunday 22


This is Broomsfield Point by Baruch, the author of A Walk Through Auckland. It is this week's Scenic Sunday featured photo. Happy a nice weekend everyone
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13 comments:

Natural Moments said...

Nice Composition of Broomsfield Point. All of the photos on Scenic Sunday Inspire me to travel to places I never even knew about or heard of.

Happy Holidays.

simply divina said...

This is very nice place and very peaceful. I like the view.

Angel.Pearls said...

Beautiful pic -I love the blue colour!

Bintang said...

A combination of pastel color in this scene makes it calm and comfortable.

This is my first participation on Scenic Sunday. :)

Baruch said...

Awesome - thank you so much to Scenic Sunday for featuring one of my pictures this week. Broomsfield Point, which includes Mangemangeroa Estuary and the Shelley Park Boat Club area is such a great area to take photos. Not only does every time of the day offer new photographic opportunies, it is also a great area to walk and enjoy the amazing nature that surrounds you. Happy Scenic Sunday to all.

The Mane Point said...

FILLY al FRESCO

Sara Chapman in Seattle said...

This is a lovely photo. Wish I could see it a bit bigger! The blue expanse of water is so calming.

People with Cameras said...

Such a beautiful photo! So peaceful.

Liesel's Garden Party said...

It looks very cold. Beautiful but cold!

me ann my camera said...

I would like to take a walk on that spit of land, or is it a boardwalk, connecting the two land areas. Very beautiful!

PlantBuddy said...

Just a new member here. A beautiful early morning scene on the water. Looks so peaceful, no ripples on the water. Quiet.

Mirage said...

What a calm lookin scenery. Love how the grasses are included in the foreground...pretty blue!

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Z'riz said...

Nice shot! Love the dreamy effect... :)