Sunday, May 24, 2009

Mellow Yellow Monday #20



We have Drowsey Monkey to thank for Mellow Yellow Monday each week. It's a very cheerful meme. Yellow is about the cheeriest color I can think of.

Today it's two from the archives. Two places that I love. The first is the East Point Lighthouse, located where the Maurice River meets the Delaware Bay in Heislerville, NJ.




The second is the Wetlands Institute in Stone Harbor, NJ. A marvelous place to visit.

16 comments:

Kathy said...

I really like that first one. Looks like such a peaceful place. Would love to live there.

Bonnie Bonsai said...

I love the idyllic setting of the first picture. Below is an ultra-modern buildig that does look marvelous beyond visiting. Your blog has a peaceful ambience too! G'day!

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Chriss said...

These are gorgeous shots.

2sweetnsaxy said...

Lovely! I really like the yellow field in the first shot. :-)

Karen said...

Beautiful photos..

I can see why you love those places so much...

Tricia said...

Both very pretty scenes! The flowers are nice

katherine said...

I like the 2nd pic..looks nice...nice shots...

M.Kate said...

Beautiful photos of yellow Bobbie, have a good week ahead :P

Regina said...

Wonderful. Very nice!

me ann my camera said...

The yellow grass is very beautiful in the first picture. yellow is peaceful. a lovely post.
Ann

G. Harrison said...

I motorcycle to fishing ports along the north shore of lake Erie in the summer and I wish your lighthouse was at one of them. I'd be a frequent visitor.

Cheers,

Gord H.

Nikki-ann said...

My favourite is the first picture... it looks so beautiful :)

Daryl said...

Sunshine .. so pretty all

storyteller said...

Both are lovely ... hard to choose a favorite.
Hugs and blessings,

Carolyn said...

nice photo

mine is http://www.gagiersphotography.info/2009/05/dandelion.html