205. Tranquility at Yankton

We spent the weekend at the lake in Yankton, South Dakota.  The boys went paddle (spoonbill) fish snagging while I enjoyed the tranquility of the lake.  It was a beautiful weekend and the sunsets were just gorgeous…the skies looked like water paintings.  I would have loved to stayed longer, but we had to get back to real life, ugh!!

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~ by Tammy on October 17, 2010.

13 Responses to “205. Tranquility at Yankton”

  1. Didn’t you know that reality is just for the cop-outs who can’t hack the HEP Scene!

  2. Stunning image Tammy!!

  3. The colors here are outstanding and that sky…WOW.

  4. It does look so tranquil and beautiful, Tammy! Hope you got refreshed and rejuvenated!! Beautiful sunset!

  5. a wonderful wiew and great sunset, a peaceful scene that I understand was a joy. this is what we need to do sometimes, just get away from everyday life

  6. Looks like a beautiful place to relax! Very nice capture.

  7. Fabulous colors!!!

  8. what a beautiful scene, looks like you had a great break 🙂

  9. Awesome colors… I like the mix of contrails and clouds. Glad you had a chance to get away from it all.

  10. Wow! Who couldn’t get restored with that amazing vista?

  11. Outstanding sunset and a perfect composition with the fishing boat placed just right. Looks like a perfect place to relax.

  12. Gorgeous, it does look like a painting. Lovely capture Tammy.

  13. Love that sky! I’m sure you and your camera had tons of fun, in fact I think I’ve been seeing some of those shots and it looks like the guys had a good day too.

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