Saturday, September 05, 2009

Noumea Harbour



Sky Watch Friday.
A beautiful day in Noumea's Harbour and marina.
Do check out all the many lovely skies throughout the world on this meme.
In the water you can make out the shadow reflection of the Pacific Sun Cruise liner, whicch we were on.

28 comments:

Sunny said...

Lovely scenery and sky.
Sunny :)

fickleinpink said...

that's a wonderful kind of blue!

have a lovely cruise!

Kylita said...

Hi Glennis! You posted a comment on my "Singapore Full Moon" and I am so pleased to meet you! Perhaps you found me on Dancin' Fool's Skywatch Full Moon from Wales? I would like to add you to my very small group of favorites for now and check you out a little at a time. Your flowers on your header are so beautiful!
Cheers from Rochester, Michigan, USA!
SisSTAR Kylita ;oD

Marja said...

Very nice I cruised through your posts You are in paradise You must have a wonderful time Enjoy

rainfield61 said...

I am seeing the beautiful sky and water, how nice it is.

Stephanie V said...

Good shadow shot. I like the many blues of water and sky. Such a big sky and so much water. Beautiful.

Louise said...

What a striking view. I'm sure your trip was fantastic.

Cloudia said...

Great shot!

Aloha-

Comfort Spiral

Pearl Maple said...

Pretty view from there. Thanks for adding to the Sky Watch Friday party.

:: flyingstars :: said...

simply beautifully captured shot....lovely blues!

Anne said...

:)

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Glennis: that was such a neat view of the sky and water at the harbour.

Joyce said...

Thank you for visiting my blog today. I enjoyed looking at all the photos from your cruise. Last time I cruised it was to Alaska about 6 years ago and I loved it. Now the island that would not let you dock because of no way to protect the people from the swine flu makes sense but unfortunately they are losing the money from the tourist trade which they probably depend upon. As winter approaches more and more people are starting to worry about the swine flu here in my area of the world. Well, I have to say I went back and looked at the fishing trip post too. You sure all have a whole lot of water activities going on in your area. We are leaving the beach in the AM and heading home for the winter. I love the beach and could stay on it forever if I could only afford it:) I will peak in at your blog again.
Joyce

Janie said...

Beautiful scenery. I see the cruise liner shadow! Hope you were having lots of fun.

Ann said...

http://annkschin.blogspot.com/2009/09/macro-monday-flower-at-western-springs.html

Glennis,

Do you know this plant?

Cheers,

Did you give your husband a great father's day?

Jenn Jilks said...

That is an amazing sky!

Tammie Lee said...

Gorgeous photo!
You asked what the creature in my pond is, a muskrat. A bit like a beaver, different tail and does not cut down my trees, yea. I love having critters around. Thanks for asking.

Dewdrop said...

Love the shadow... mysterious.

Rhiannon said...

Thank you for dropping by my blog and leaving a comment Glennis.

I love the template header photo of beautiful bright orange flowers.

Hope your enjoying your semi retirement in N.Z...

Blessings,

Rhiannon

chrome3d said...

Just a brilliant place in every way.

Sakura said...

Wonderful pics.
I think you enjoyed the landscape
:)
Have a nice day
Sakura

Carly said...

Looks serene and beautiful!

sonia a. mascaro said...

What a great view!

Thanks for your visiting and nice comment!

Pat said...

Beautiful blues...and I like the division of the photo into the three parts--sky, land and sea

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