Monday, April 7, 2014

Healing effect!

Last Saturday, when I woke up in the morning, I was not feeling well. No energy and I really didn't want to do anything. But I am a lady who does not want to be depressed about it, so when my husband told me that he was going fishing, I asked him if I can go with him. Maybe the fresh air will make me feel better. He was happy that I asked.
So this is our boat. First time to use it this year.



The sea was calm, so I was not afraid to be sea sick.


Come along and enjoy the ride with us!


Balm for the soul


The view from the boat








The sun contributed to enhance the color of the sorroundings.


like glittering diamonds



Look up!





Then we got fish


Then the birds rushed down



Food for them:)



I loved to see them in action. Don't you?















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Yes, we caught some fish!

Bye for now!


Saying goodbye with this picture. Hope you enjoyed the trip by boat. Me, I felt better! The sea has healing effect!




JOY

27 comments:

  1. Så godt!
    Havet er godt å vere på :-)

    klem

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  2. I loved your boat trip! There's something about the water that's so calming. I love your photos too. I hope you're feeling better.

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    1. Thanks Debbie. I am better now:)

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  3. Very nice. Looks like going fish made you feel better. I love the shots with the birds.

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    1. Thanks Marjorie. Yes, I did felt better:)

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  4. I too loved sea so much, if I'm on it i feel better! Nice capture! and I hope your much better now.

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    1. Thanks fallnrhainnes:), I am better now:)

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  5. Kelan kaya kami makakasakay sa boat mo? hehehe!

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  6. I find being in nature to be very healing and therapeutic! I am so glad you went fishing with your husband, Joy. Your photos are gorgeous. I especially love the water, boat and the birds!

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  7. Hello Joy.
    So great scenery and fantastic fine seagull pictures are full of life.

    Hugs from Marit.

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  8. What a great voyage you had. I am glad you were able to feel better.
    I am curious what your husband does that he is often gone on a ship/boat. Is he military, or a fisherman, or what? You have a nice boat!

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  9. My husband is a seaman McGuffy Ann:)

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  10. Im so glad you decided to came along with your hubby fishing, the photos are beautiful prang pang postcard ang dating. You got a lot of fish, share me some, Joy:)

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    1. Thanks Melgie. Punta ka dito, bigyan kita:)

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  11. oh wow! What a nice boat you have Joy, and these are incredible pictures, what a wonderful boat ride you had, not only enjoying the nice view but also taking part by fishing. This post is so nice, thanks for sharing so much beauty with us,
    Hugs,
    Laura :-)

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  12. Thank you so much Laura. It was really enjoyable:)

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  13. Ang saya naman nito... at masarap talaga mag byahe ng kalmado ang dagat.

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  14. Fantastisk at du deler dine bilder med oss! For en vakker natur du har i ditt nærområde!
    Selv bruker jeg naturen når situasjoner låser seg.Da åpner sinnet seg, og man ser klarere og nye muligheter dukker opp!
    klem fra Eva Jorunn

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    1. Bare artog Eva Jorunn. Takk for at du synes det:)
      Klem fra meg også:)

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  15. What I love about your blog is the amazing photos! I really do feel like I was on that boat with you! What a lovely country.

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  16. Whatta good life! This shows that you and your husband have great common interests, he knows what would make you feel better. More blessings and love mommy Joy, klem!

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  17. Thanks Gracie. Yes, we love to be together:)
    How are you? Missed ko mga post mo sa blogworld...

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Thanks for dropping by and your comments are very well appreciated. It is like a cold glass water in a warm sunny day! Blessings.

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