Wednesday, June 1, 2011

a few photographs




Morning at Cod Harbor, Tangier Island


Stalks of bamboo marking the Fishing Creek channel
from the Honga River to Chesapeake Bay


Passing through the Eastern Channel of the Bay Bridge


The skipjack Rebecca T. Ruark leaving out
of Tilghman Island


Dusk at the mooring behind Dobbins Island


Lots more to come.

steve


6 comments:

EyeInHand said...

Wow, very nice. The "shallow" depth of field on the bamboo, and long exposure wiggle in the lights is a nice touch, whether intentional or serendipitous.

Steve said...

Thanks. Bruce get the credit for the bamboo photograph. I agree with you, it's very nice. I'll write more about that channel and the bamboo in the daily log - it was a surreal passage coming out of fishing creek.
I'll take the blame for the evening photograph. As a colleague once said, even a blind squirrel finds an acorn now and then. steve

EyeInHand said...

Looking forward to hearing about it. The photo alone is surreal. Nice sky above the skipjack, too. Helps when a blind squirrel can can muster a bit of talent to go with his luck.

Annece said...

I came across you blog & the first picture in this set is beautiful. All of them are great but it just caught my eye!

Steve said...

Thank you, Annece. That is the sand spit at the south end of Tangier Island. I'll be writing more about that place in just a couple of days. steve

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