Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Tracks Buried in the Sea

Well, you asked how much I love you
Why do ships with sails love the wind?
And will I be thinking of you
Will I ever pass this way again?

I'll be returning some day
Until then, please don't ask me my direction
Let my tracks be buried in the sea
'Cause to wander is my infection
'Till the four winds bring you back to me

Don't count your memories
Think of me as just a dream
Just like this melody, I sing

Ships With Sails
The Doors 

At the Tall Ships Festival, Delaware River, Philadelphia, PA 
Photos are taken from Camden, New Jersey 
with Philadelphia in the background. 

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Tom said...

You can't miss with the Doors and those images are spectacular.

Coloring Outside the Lines said...

Super shots- I would love to see that. Great song, too!

Tamar SB said...

Stunning pictures of a gorgeous skyline!

MadSnapper said...

I can't wait to show these wonderful photos to my hubby. we were discussing the Philly skyline with our first cup of coffee this morning. that came up because i saw a skyline of Pittsburgh and said how ugly i thought it was. then i told him about your photos of Philly and that the skyline is pretty. love the poem.

Jackie McGuinness said...

Great selection and fabulous photos!!!

Kmcblackburn said...

I love how the 'old' is in the foreground, contrasted with the 'new' in the background. Great shots and editing. Thanks for sharing at Song-ography.

Blogoratti said...

Mesmerizing photos and scenery. Greetings!

Sherrie said...

Hi Rebecca,
Awesome shots. Love the last photo, stunning.
Thanks for stopping by my place.
Have a great day!

Nancy said...

Beautiful captures...I love the ships set against the cityscape..

EG CameraGirl said...

I like the comparison of the city and the ships, the water and the concrete. Stunning!

Wayne said...

What a gorgeous view! I really like the post processing in that first shot.

Molly said...

Stunning images, love the tall ship against the Philly backdrop


Kathy said...

Wow! Examples of your best work just keep getting better and better!

Anonymous said...

Excellent photos. I love the different processing you have used.