Friday, October 1, 2010

(Skywatch Friday) Whites Bluff

A blue sky, white bluffs and calm water combine to create a great day for cruising the Alabama River.
Whites Bluff is located about 25 miles downriver from Selma. 

Photograph by Christine Weerts

More Skywatch photos are HERE.http://www.skyley.blogspot.com/

16 comments:

Lois said...

Another beautiful scene! The cloud looks a little lonely though.

Anonymous said...

How cool is that! When I first saw the photo I thought that it was a rock quarry. Very cool that you can see this from the river. Are there not any tales of Indian maidens throwing themselves from the top to avoid marrying someone icky? - Rachel

Rambling Round said...

No tales that I know of, Rachel, but Indians lived all along the river way back when, and this waterway was an "interstate" for early explorers and traders.

Trish ~ ♥ ~ said...

Great place to kayak, lovely scenery

mARTy said...

that´s a great view, too! happy weekend!

Ania said...

So appealing!

Coffeeveggie addict. said...

absolutely a nice day to go for a trip...love it! visit my skywatch friday

Halcyon said...

Nice skywatch shot!

I finally did pull something out of the archives for today's theme. It was from around the same time we had the last graffiti theme day (March 2008).

Katie said...

That looks so relaxing and inviting!!

Rambling Round said...

Trish, you might prefer the Cahaba River rather than the Alabama for kayaking unless you don't mind a lot of river traffic. Thanks for visiting!

Ashley Sisk said...

What a beautiful sky. Very nice.

Dave said...

spectacular place!

Tracy said...

Very nice! Aptly named and set against a beautiful blue sky.

SandyCarlson said...

Very warm and beautiful!

Kathleen said...

Very nice shot!

CrazyCow said...

Looks so peaceful there.