Positano: Aqua Fro Fro



































Aqua Fro Fro



That's what I like to call the pretty aqua sea froth caused by the jet boat engines as I travelled from Positano to Capri.. .. Better effects than photoshop I say! .. In fact all these images are 'as is' with the exception of the sky of course.  Positano actually doesn't have lettered signs floating in the sky!! Funny about that!! .. Although in  it's not unusual to see a pink sky at night!!



We've had a few pink skies here in Sydney this week... Monday's temps were over 38c!!!! [that would be 100 for you Fahrenheit Folk]. Normal temps for us in January or Feb, but November?  This one day heatwave of ours was just a tad early and got me thinking about how much nicer 38c is when you are on a boat on the Mediterranean!! What do you think? 





Wish You Were Here?
Me Too!!!



Have A Great Week All

Sorry I'm so slow to visit everyone lately
Just the way it is sometimes!!








IMAGE SOURCE & CREDITS:
ALL Text, Original Photography & Artwork [copyright beingRuby©]
All shots taken in Positano,  Italy,  August 2011



27 comments:

Carla said...

Ohh Positano is forever in my heart.. Thanks for the lovely shots.. Carla

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Oh how you have swept me away with the tide! I NEED THIS ESCAPE RIGHT ABOUT NOW!!!!!!!

There is nothing like the sea, and there is no one like YOU who captures the Italian waters so deliciously! Anita

Angela Steyn said...

Julie, you are so talented! Those images are so evocative and beautiful... a welcome relief from all this hot weather we've been having and yes, i agree, 38 degrees would be a whole lot nicer in Positano!

Angela x

La Petite Gallery said...

Julie, remember the saying,
red sky's at night Sailors delight.
Red sky's in the morning, Sailors
warning.....
My cousin's boyfriend has a house
in Positano, I've been to Capri, never there. Got to get to the
Hosp. getting a shot for this
arthritis. Be well, yvonne

Anne said...

I do wish I were there! Having just read an article about Capri, it has been on my radar anyway. Thanks for the lovely images!

Anne

Teresa at Splendid Sass said...

Julie-
These images take on their own personality! Love the day the light is dancing off of the water, and the sandbar meets the deep.
Have a great Wednesday.
Teresa
xoxo

oldgreymare said...

You know me, I always wish I was anywhere but here. :D..and hey 100 is chid s play... wait till you have 2 weeks over 112...now You're talking! lol

Positano looks exquisite.
xx
z

Blondie's Journal said...

What a special place! Was Positano one of the places seen in Under The Tuscan Sun? Love that movie! The water looks divine!

Stay cool if you can! It is cold here!

XO,
Jane

Sue (Someone's Mom) said...

Well you know that any "aqua" shots make me happy. I like to just close my eyes for a second and pretend I can hear the water sounds. Love these! I don't envy the 100 degrees, but they mentioned snow flurries for tonight here and I don't want that either.

Loree said...

I am enjoying rain and cool temperatures at the moment. Lovely :)

nicki said...

Hi, beautiful photos! Yes, Positano was in Under the Tuscan Sun and a few other films too. The colour of the sea changes here day by day, in winter it can be incredible!

Sharon said...

Ahhhhhhhhh! Positano. THANK YOU!
Your last photo here is Perfect Positano Paradise. THANK YOU, Julie! Thank you. Thank you. Thank you.

Sandi @the WhistleStop Cafe said...

Your photos always draw me...
allorah~

louciao said...

sigh. I love being out on the water between Positano and Capri with you...or with anyone, given the chance!

mermaid gallery said...

stunning color....it makes me feel warm and sunny....and that's not easy at -15 C.!....such a lovely holiday you had!...keep them coming!....we need the sunshine....

becky said...

I tried commenting on this lovely post on Facebook, Julie, but I just can't get the hang of it...I don't think it went through.

Anyway, what I was trying to say was that this post made me feel as if I were bobbing about in a little boat...floating away on this gorgeous sea...a wonderful antidote for this bathroom makeover experience I'm having!

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Carole said...

SOOC looks fantastic to me. Gosh I'm loving the cooler weather! and don't envy the heat you will be getting soon.
Don't worry about the visiting .....you're the only one I visited today....ok maybe a couple.

xx
Carole

Claudia Lane said...

I love Positano, I have so many beautiful memories there...stunning images Julie - I am loving your love affair with Italy;)
Have a great weekend my friend xo

Giulia said...

These are lovely, as usual,Julie. Aqua-froth is a favorite here...Would love to transport to Positano in an hour for lunch. Sigh.

xoxo

Stephanie said...

Beautiful shots as always Julie! And here on the other side of the world, we woke to 37 degrees. Farenheit! brr!

Pooch Purple Reign said...

o yeah, wish i was there.. i loved positano !!
have a great weekend
~pooch xx

Sarah Klassen said...

Goodness gracious, so beautiful I am speechless... literally! Thank you for sharing such an amazing and breathtaking spot with us. *sigh* I wish I could fly there right now...

Enjoy the remainder of the weekend!

x
Sarah

Renée Finberg said...

i have sadly never been.....
i have been saving it for that 'perfact' man.

hence....i have never been.

great pics and froth.
xxx

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

THANKS MATE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Enjoy every bit of YOUR world and traditions, friends and passions my dearest!!! Anita

5th and State said...

i come here for beauty and you never fail to disappoint!
xoxo
debra

Francine Gardner said...

Dreamy images, I long to visit Poisitano