Tuesday, November 10, 2009

It's not Livorno...

...but San Pedro-Port of Los Angeles, with the hill of Palos Verdes peaking thru in the background. A from Sudbury DP gave me the idea HERE, LL from San Pedro shows the tugs HERE and the real Livorno by VP is HERE.

12 comments:

Vogon Poet said...

Thanks for the tips, the links and for this beautiful photo. Do you know if there is any rule for this red colors of your tugs?

altadenahiker said...

wow, that was fun!

Tanya said...

Love those little red boats!

Antjas said...

Ha,ha,ha. I love the way you tied us all together!!! What fun.
I'm in a real pickle. I'm in Canada and my computer has died. Can't get pictures in or out. I'm afraid I won't make 365 in a row.

Lori Lynn said...

That is a great shot, with the Vue and reflections, thanks for linking me. I was at a Food Blogger Festival in San Francisco and have been so busy, not so able to keep up with my favorite daily blogs, got time now that I am home. Thanks again.
LL

Cafe Observer said...

nT, please put up a PV food pic at least once a year or so. Like maybe a waffle with a brief review of it.

Bibi said...

Aw....kissing tugboats! Lovely colors and reflections!

Cafe Observer said...

It doesn't have to be PV, nT. Even as far away as the Pasadena area wood be even butter! But, if you've found a good waffle, I wood rather not have to jump on a jet to eat it.

Cezar and Léia said...

Oh Tash, this picture is really perfect!Wonderful composition!
And, thanks for your kind words in my blog!Now I need to take a time and prepare that post about Interlaken but I intend to go back because there are so many cool places to visit there!
And I'm waiting for my son to go to Geneve all together.
Hugs
Léia

Hilda said...

Heehee, cute! And sooo fitting for Mr Poet!

FA said...

Hi Tash, It looks like you're on the otherside of the channel. Are you on a boat or on Terminal Island? Beautiful shot!

Gunn White said...

I think these tug boats have some "relatives" in Stavanger where I live. If you click on my page, find one of the photos, click on the labels.... and you will see what I mean.... The sunshine and trees make this to quite an exotic place.