Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Barcarrota Boulevard -Downtown



Try not to be to disappointed... I am using from drafts... still working on my Personality Disorder Reveal

1/2 block walk from Point Pleasant is Barcarrota Blvd that follows the Manatee River. It is lined by Condo's, Library, Theater, City Hall and South Florida Museum. All with a view of the Marina.


Look to the right and the view from their bench is the Blvd.


Look to the left  and the view from their bench is the Marina.





27 comments:

A Quiet Corner said...

Now I know why you saved this!!! Gorgeous reflections, Sandra!!!!...:)JP

Blackberry Lane said...

Beautiful views everywhere. I, too, love the reflections.

Rebecca said...

I love those reflections. I can't wait for the big reveal.

TexWisGirl said...

oh, sandra, the marina shots are stellar! beautiful color and reflections! wow!

sparkle100-havealook.blogspot.com said...

oh the best delight Sandy. Oh how I wish all the snow would go my way. Another snow heading to-night our way.

Your pictures give me a fuzzy feeling. One day we will see no coat's. And watch the sunset and water reflections and walks and it just will go on and on.

Yes your reflections are top notch.

Excellent as always.

Montanagirl said...

Your marina reflections shots are just beautiful. Love that brick street.

DeniseinVA said...

Wonderful photos Sandra, They make me want to take another trip down to Florida :)

Madi and Mom said...

MAD MONKEY YOU ARE A WALKING ADVERTISEMENT FOR LIFE IN FLORIDA AND I THINK THEY SHOULD PAY YOU....THAT BEING SAID..THE HUMIDITY IN FL IS WORSE THAN RALEIGH BUUUUTTT
YOUR HAVE MUCH PRETTY SCENERY SO IT IS A TRADE OFF I EXPECT.
FYI: TODAY'S TOPSY TURVY IS IN REFERENCE TO TODAY BEING SPECIAL BUT WE A CELEBRATING ON FRIDAY THIS MOMENT, SEE BEAUTIFUL
HUGS MADI AND MOM

HOOTIN ANNI said...

So so pretty. But, must confess, when I first read your blog post title I swore it said "Barracuda" Blvd. Geeze Louise, talk about a personality disorder? Where and how I rearranged those letters in my mind to bring in my vision a barracuda I'll never know!!

Glad you're back, and missing you...your post below was enlightening...everyone has their way and style...just hope your new way after the drafts are published, you'll be more comfortable in how you do it all.

Mersad said...

I agree with the previous comments, these are very good and it's so nice to see sunny seaside images during these cold days.

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Either way you look,seeing all the green and the open water,that is just what I need to see right now. The snow is be inning to melt and soon we will see green peeking through here as well.

Snapper II said...

Those reflections, you could do a post on just the reflections.

Miss Debbie said...

Love the water shots...and the reflections!

Ann said...

oh how I wish I could be sitting on that park bench right now.
I LOVE LOVE LOVE the pictures of the boats with their reflections in the water.

Deb said...

those photos should be in a travel guide...wish I was there right now....

Chatty Crone said...

How beautiful - and you know everyone wants to be there - we need to have a field trip there.

diane b said...

Fabulous shots of your area. Love the couple on the park bench and the yacht scenes, just lovely.

Michaele said...

This is fantastic! I can smell the ocean air!

Debby@Just Breathe said...

I like it, would love to visit someday!

SquirrelQueen said...

I adore all the reflections! I would love to have a home overlooking a marina. I would sit on the patio all day just watching the boats move about. I need a trip to the coast so bad.

SweetMarie said...

It's so beautiful there! I love the birds on the posts! The reflections are gorgeous!

DawnTreader said...

I love the water reflection photos!

Eva Ason said...

Oh My, I could sit on that bench all day and enjoy these views, looks so relaxing.

photowannabe said...

The boardwalk fence with the birds is a real prize winner. I love it.
Looking forward to the personality rundown.

barbara l. hale said...

Nice!

Maggie M said...

Pretty place and very interesting reflections in the water. Hugs

Dee said...

I hope some day you will do a series of reflections...yours are the best I have seen.