Wed Dec 21st,"Morning, MaryLu."W-O-W ... this is beautiful !!! How wonderfully the white stands out against the blue sky and water. Very nice ! (And, no, I have never seen an "all-white" ship like this before either.)Really neat photo ... thanks for sharing !Take care, and, God Bless,In Him, Brenda Hurley
That is absolutely cool! I haven't ever seen a an all-white ship like this either. Will this end up in one of your books?
Thanks Brenda!! Glad you liked it. :-) Always nice to hear from you.And Linda.. yes, perhaps it is a ship cloaked in Righteousness like the white robes of heaven. Hmm.. Methings I feel a story brewing. :-)
P.S. -- MaryLu ... don't forget to check your mailbox in San Jose (some time this week), okay ??? Brenda Hurley
Wow! That's really pretty! I like it!Heather
This would be a beautiful ship to have a wedding on. ;-)
Brenda, how sweet! I'll head over there tomorrow and check! Great idea, Sapphire.. I can almost see the bride in her flowing white gown there on the deck!
This is gorgeous and I love all those white sales. It's really majestic and lovely against the blue of the water. Happy CHRISTmas to you and your family. Love and hugs from the ocean shores of California, Heather :)
Beautiful ship, I would hate to be the one to keep it looking so white all the time. LOLMerry Christmas to one and all!
Thank you, Heather!! One of these days I'm coming over the hill to see you! Debbie, only a housewife would think that! LOL. But how true? Lots of bleach required. Merry Christmas, Ladies!
What a beautiful picture! I like Linda's idea. You should put this in a book! :)
Ah.. so many great book ideas!!! And so little time. ;-)
I love how the blue sea, and sky compliments the ship-or is it the other way around? It looks so pristine. The white sails are perfect. Just imagine how silly it would look if it had...gasp...red sails?! THAT would totally ruin the picture.hahaha
Beautiful ship. I really like the little details at the bow of the ship. Whomever own this ship keeps it looking clean all around.
Dear Ms. Tyndall,I am currently reading one of your books, "The Red Siren". It is the first one I have read, and I like your style and vivid descriptions of people and places. I was wondering if you had an email that I could contact you through. I have a number of questions to ask you about the plot. I am a devoted Christian and a budding unpublished author of historical fiction. I'm sure I could learn a lot from you!God Bless,Avellina
Oh, I almost forgot! Here is my email: firstname.lastname@example.orgGod Bless,Avellina B.