Life in the dunes along Lake Michigan
When the spinnaker wraps around the forestay:
I love the eternal dance of wind and sail.
Love the waviness of the sail in this one.
Thanks, this is the moment we all hold our breaths to see how she will unfurl.
Love that description.
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Thanks for the link!
Wow, another beautiful picture, I love the wind in the sail 🙂
Thank you! And as my eyes are healing nicely I will see your blog today. 🙂
Take good care of your eyes, I hope you can understand my enlish, it’s not so good 🙂 But I need to build up my english skills! Very welcome to my blog 🙂
Excellent shot… I love the effect of the wind as shown in the boat sails!… Sending love. Aquileana 😀
Thank you! 🙂
Great ones for curve. Love the shot and the action 😀
Great image, Cybele. 🙂
Thank you…do you think I am DuneMouse? I am DuneLight…I see that DuneMouse writes fantasy. I stumbled upon her through your blog.
Yes, it would appear that I have you confused with her. So sorry . 😳
I went to that place where I thought you had anointed me as some mother goddess then I was looking at your site last night and saw DuneMouse and put it all together. With so many bloggers from so many different places it is more than understandable! 😀
You also have a black background, which probably helped with the confusion. I thought she’d changed her blog style quite a lot though. 😆
It happens, I get people confused too. It’s a big ole blogosphere!
Great image, I like the dynamic nature of the scene.
Thank you! It’s race night tonight. Winds will be low but any time on the water is better than staying in.
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