Friday, 6 April 2012

Sailing On A Dhow


Unguja Island, Zanzibar (Tanzania)

17 comments:

Sylvia K said...

Makes me wish I was young again and ready for such an adventure! Have a great weekend, JM!

Sylvia

Carolina Tavares said...

Que foto linda! Perfeita.

bailey-road.com said...

Wonderful! I feel like I'm aboard!

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

Oops I would be head first in the water if I was standing there!! Great photo. Happy Easter. Diane

R.Ramakrishnan said...

Lovely picture. Sailing on a dhow is a tough life !

Cezar and Léia said...

Some good balance here... :)
God bless you!
Cezar

Lowell said...

Wonderfully composed! One would have to be strong and have a good sense of balance to do that!

I maybe could have done it when younger. Now I'd probably fall head-first into the water!

DeeBee L. said...

It is what i call crystal clear!

Linda said...

How nice...it brings me back to my childhood days. Fond memories.

NixBlog said...

Good shot, Jose. That water looks delicious!

BlueShell said...

That is awesome! Great shot!

Love it!
BShell

Cobalt Violet said...

Great shot. You are making me want to be somewhere other than my apartment in LA!

Halcyon said...

Still jealous of your travels! :)

Tinsie said...

My sense of balance leaves A LOT to be desired, I'm amazed that there are people out there who can do this without even thinking! Great shot.

Francisca said...

I think I've found the armpit of the world to work in right now... and I'd give a lot to able to dive into this water. Nice composition, JM. This could easily be in the Philippines, with the boy's brown legs on the outrigger.

Oakland Daily Photo said...

Zanzibar! Such an exotic sounding destination. This is a beautiful photo. You caught so much. The composition, color, and that far horizon make me long to go. I can't believe the clarity and color of the water!

Dominic Doherty said...

This photo wouldn't be half as awesome as it is if you'd shown all of the man and boat... this close up makes the image far more interesting