Friday, February 09, 2007

One of the landmarks just off the Malecon along the shore of Mazatlan.

14 comments:

Ackworth Born said...

Ah

So beautiful

Carlos said...

Wow Kate, I am sorry I just didn't notice you were here. Amazing rock. I see you are having a wonderful time in Mazatlan.

Pierre said...

Hi Kate! I'm just discovering this new blog of yours... Winter in Mexico! Isn't it wonderful... Thank you for this mexican sun you're sending us ;)

ruth said...

I just found this too, Kate. It's been so long! I hope your back is better and that you enjoyed your trip. I look forward to hearing more about it.

Mimmu said...

Also I did not at once realize, how I can find your new blog. I have not been in forum.
But now I want to say to you, welcome back!
I looked at the map and found your city there. It must be a wonderful place and weather.
With best wishes,
Leena

Ming_the_Merciless said...

Oh my! What a beautiful photo!! What is the weather there like?

Alberta Guy said...

Living in a place where most of the water is frozen, this picture makes me very envious. I hope that you had a great time in Mazatlan.

photowannabe said...

You look like you are living in Paradise now, Kate. Rest, and have fun. See everything so we can vicariously enjoy it with you.
How is your back? I hope the warm sun will make it completely better.

Jazzy said...

beautiful Kate!!!

Felicia said...

Hi Kate - I'm so happy that you are back online and posting from Mazatlan! Those bats and dogs sounded horrible. Now this looks like a nice view - were you out boating?

Kate said...

Hi all, Thanks for your visits. The weather is a bitdifferent from St. Paul, MN USA Sometimes the internet is a bit touchy so if you don't hear from me, PLEASE continue to visit. I've got loads of wonderful pictures from this land in the sun!!

Helen said...

Nice to have you back in in DP land! I have missed your photos! I love water photos ... this is beautiful!

isabella said...

Cute little pebble you've got there ;-)

jan said...

This is one of the most beautiful of your photos. You captured the "right" moment to pick up the light on the rock. Kind of like a pictorial "aha!" or an epiphany...