Painting is just another way of keeping a diary ~Pablo Picasso

Friday, January 16, 2015

Hood River Marina

A misty rain was just starting to blur the reflection at Hood River Marina yesterday. I was so happy to stumble upon this marina, because it's just what I've been imagining photographing.  Mind you, I've been to Hood River at least half a dozen times, so I don't know how I've missed it.  But lately we've been crossing the bridge to visit White Salmon, Washington, and this picturesque marina is located just under the bridge.  I'm looking forward to getting more photos here throughout the winter...especially because the North Shore Cafe in White Salmon makes the best chai!
Linking to Weekend Reflection

15 comments:

Audrey said...

superbe ca donne envie de revoir la mer ;o)

Giga said...

Beautiful view and reflection in water. Regards.

Marleen said...

Lovely image!

Taken For Granted said...

I'm surprised to see all the sailboats still in the marina this time of year. Great reflections in the water.

orvokki said...

So beautiful view and lovely reflection.

TexWisGirl said...

pretty, subdued hues!

Fun60 said...

Seems like a beautiful place for reflections.

Margaret Adamson said...

Great water reflections. Have a lovely weekend.

Valerie said...

A beautiful scene - reminds me of an idyllic 3 week exchange holiday I was blessed to experience this time last year. Thank you for sharing your wonderful part of the world.

Laura~Pretty Pix said...

A beautiful serene scene. Nice capture!

Amy Franks said...

very very pretty!

Felicia said...

beautiful image.

Linda W. said...

Yeah, Hood River is a great little town. Love the riverfront. Thanks for the tip on the chai - I'll have to check it out!

'Tsuki said...

Beautiful view ; it even looks like a watercolor, with that type of blury reflection of the boas in the water

Powell River Books said...

Sailboats are so picturesque, but I prefer riding in a powerboat. Nice photo. - Margy