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Thursday, April 29, 2010

Canandaigua Lake Pier Stroll

I apologize for the quality of these pics....I only had my phone with me!

We took a quick drive by the pier was a bit brisk!!


faye said...

I like these... especially the
second one. And there is nothing
wrong with your phone camera.
Sometimes that works best..
that is the only way I can get
shots in Starbucks... they don't like cameras .

Karen said...

I wish it would warm up already!!.. and considering the pics were taken with a phone, they do a pretty good job, don't ya think?

Mommy, I'm Home said...

At least the snow missed you -- so far.

Dianne said...

apologize!? are ya nuts!! these shots are beautiful
the light in the top two is so silvery and dramatic
all the silhouettes are so lovely


silvieon4 said...

Loved the pics! Thank you for sharing and the quality is fab!

Brenda said...

Wow! Your phone takes great pics!

Robin said...

This makes me long to get back to the Finger Lakes. I have such happy memories from there.

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Anonymous said...

Beautiful. Isn't great how good the cell phone camers are these days? You're in a beautiful area of New York. I grew up in the Capital District before marrying and moving to Massachusetts. ~Jeanne

Donna said...

Your PHONE took these? What do you use?? Wow!! Beautiful!

Cloudia said...

O M G!

I gotta get a phone like that!

Aloha from Waikiki

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willowtree said...

There's nothing wrong with the quality.

Katya said...

Jeanne, these are fantastic photos! They really depict the foreboding skies we HAD! (aren't you glad they are in the past???) Are you ready for SUMMERLIKE temps? This weather is so amazing!!!

Pamela said...

would love to be able to paint that sky .... over the water. mesmerizing

Sally Lee by the Sea said...

Wow - can't believe you got these fabulous pics with your phone! They are stunning. Thank you for sharing.

Sally Lee by the Sea