Saturday, December 15, 2007

Crowded real estate

The real estate market seems to be affecting everyone. With falling prices, everyone is rushing in to scoop up that highly desirable waterfront real estate. As these waterfront experts note, the waterfront is getting really crowded.

The picture is from the boat launch dock at the Kenner lakefront. There are actually three launches here with four docks surrounding them. All but one of these docks was loaded with these waterview investors.

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( A little something extra)
He liked us alright. Came right up to the boat and swam alongside us. Was he just curious? Or waiting or one of us to fall overboard?

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Annie said...

He was probably trying to tell you to help him one of those new tenants on the dock.

lv2scpbk said...

Those birds might be getting ready to sing Christmas carols. They are all facing in the same direction, at least most of them. Nice shot.

NorthBayPhoto said...

Cute photo and commentary about real estate!

'Through-JoAnn's-Digital-Eyes' said...

Hi Steve,
Thank you for visting my blog the other day, your blog is very interesting to me, your style of photography is very nice, very good found "the real estate"in combination with this birds... how creative..

Have a laugh, Come and look at my blog and see my serie's of alternative christmas decoration. Have a great weekend!

JoAnn greetings,

Marie said...

With so many peole wanting to live there the price of the houses is going to increase drastically!

Chris said...

ROTFLOL. . .I loved your comments (and the photo).

The lagniappe, though. . . I'd be running in the other direction!

Wanda said...

I thought the birds looked like they were frozen, and waiting for the thaw...cute! :)

Rambling Round said...

They are probably protesting, "But we were here first!"

Pat said...

Steve, what a great title--"Crowded Real Estate!" And I like the idea that they might be getting ready for a carol sing!


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Jilly said...

Your photographs are so good. I love your eye.

Andrée said...

I love this. We have seagulls up on the lake at the Canadian border, and my daughter of course has them on Long Island Sound, but different species. And yours, here, is a third species. I vow to identify all three next summer!