A Charleston Schooner
Enjoying a beautiful day on the Charleston harbor, this schooner treats passengers to a leisurely cruise by Rainbow Row on the world famous Battery.
Shem Creek in Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina, is home to many shrimp boats in the picturesque Lowcountry.
The beautiful Dutch harbor welcomes the dawn of another day.
Grand Canal Grandeur
Boats of all shapes and sizes cruise the main highway of Venice affectionately known as the Grand Canal.
Red, White and Blue
Shrimp boats and sailboats rest while docked and awaiting the activities of yet another day.
Colorful Provincetown Harbor III
Sitting on the dock of the bay......wastin' time until another day.
Colorful Provincetown Harbor I
The colorful boats of Provincetown, Massachusetts, are finally at rest at the end of a long day of harbor cruising.
Colorful Provinctown Harbor II
Proud to be part of the splendor of the Massachusetts harbor of Provincetown, these simple boats wait patiently to be of service.
The dawn of a new day beckons the old wooden boats of the Cinque Terre to prepare for another day in paradise.
Gondolas in a Row
Moored for the evening, this row of gondolas will certainly be out and about in the canals of Venice at the break of day.
Standing the Test of Time
For centuries, gondolas have served as an elegant and romantic means of touring the lovely city of Venice.
A Boat with a Sail
Interesting to see a sailboat of sorts in the heavily-laden city of Venetian gondolas.
Gondolier on Break
The iconic hat of a gondolier awaits the return of its owner for yet another mesmerizing tour of the canals of Venice.
Grab a comfy bench to watch the Venetian world go by. From across the waterway, it's easy to spend the day viewing Venice in all her glory.
Afternoon in Venice
Watching the sun set on the Grand Canal of Venice is most definitely a bucket list moment.
Beautiful Santa Maria della Salute
This beautiful 230-foot long Roman Catholic church in Venice opened in 1687 and is a marvel of Baroque architecture.
Row Boats Italiano Style
Small boats await their crew for an afternoon outing along the coastline of the Cinque Terre.
Bridge of Sighs
Prisoners were said to have glimpsed Venice for the last time through the tiny barred windows while being moved from interrogation rooms in the Doge's Palace to the prison located across the small the Rio di Palazzo canal.
Marking the Channel
This old wooden channel marker has stood the test of time anchored deep in the pluff mud of Venice.
A lone sailboat awaits arrival of its captain on a bluebird sky day.
There's nothing like a little boathouse charm along the Intracoastal Waterway in the Carolinas.
The beautiful blue and white striped canvas covers of the wooden boats docked on the pebbly shore of the Cinque Terre are soon to be removed for the activities of the day to begin.
On the pebbly shore of the Cinque Terre, the bold orange life ring stands watch over tourists frolicking in the Italian waters.
The lone fisherman's boat enjoys a respite from the sea docked briefly along the jagged coast of the Cinque Terre.
Shrimp Boats of McClellanville
Shrimp boats of McClellanville keep this sleepy little town in South Carolina on the map as a must see of the Lowcountry.
Lone Sailboat Beneath Snow Capped Mountains
The beautiful snow capped mountains of the Pacific Northwest provide a breathtaking backdrop for this lone sailor.
Venetian Traffic Jam
Gondoliers of Venice await their turn as the traffic of the day picks up and the canals become busy with boats carrying tourists on various sightseeing excursions.
Boats of Carolina
Whether you are a UNC or USC fan, there's sure to be a Lowcountry shrimp boat proudly displaying your school colors!
New England Lighthouse
One of the many lighthouses dotting the coastline of New England, this beauty enjoys the colorful skies of this warm Spring day.
Gondolas have served as traghetti, or ferries, as the chief means of transportation for the Italian island of Venice for centuries.
Gondoliers jockey for position in the lineup for stopping momentarily along the docks in Venice. After centuries, the allure of a romantic gondola ride is as popular today as ever.
The profession of gondolier is competitive, and requires lengthy training, passing a comprehensive exam of the Venetian history, landmarks and knowledge of the numerous waterways.
Tourists, Bridges and Boats
Three things that you are sure to see on the quaint island of Venice are tourists, bridges and boats.
Striped Shirts of Many Colors
Gondoliers of today's Venice honor the time-held tradition of wearing striped shirts as they introduce tourists to their homeland via leisurely trips up and down the endless canals.
Narrow passageways are nothing new to the 425 gondoliers of Venice.
Busy Port of Call
As tourists make their way through the quaint passageways of Venice, gondoliers carry those ready for a little rest and relaxation on a sightseeing tour like no other.
Shooting the Breeze
Four lanky palm trees overlook the afternoon skies rolling in on the Hawaiian island of Oahu.
Lava rock formed many years ago languishes in the crashing of the afternoon waves.
Surf boards of Waikiki Beach await the mad rush of energetic tourists interested in giving surfing a go in these famous Hawaiian ocean waves.
Waterway of Amsterdam
Although the city streets of Amsterdam are bustling with cars, trucks, trains, bicycles, scooters and pedestrians, there are many less congested ways to enjoy this laidback Dutch capital.
Living is easy along this picturesque canal of Amsterdam.
Afternoon clouds roll in on the Hawaiian coast of Oahu.
Azure Blue Meets Turquoise
Surely it must be paradise where the azure blue skies meet the turquoise waters of Hawaii.
What better life can there be than to be a brown pelican of the Lowcountry!