A Lowcountry classic scene… shrimp boats…
Arrived on HHI, did not get a chance to post this yesterday…
The beach erosion as the trees gradually topple into the ocean on this section of Hunting Island is hard to capture. The experience of walking the beach changes with the tides as does the photographic opportunities.
About to head to the Low Country of South Carolina, so am posting a photo I took last fall on St. Helena Island. This was taken with my infrared camera.
Bending straight lines into nice curves is fun!
Was playing with a near fish eye lens today and experimenting with the distortions in the composition and perspective of the photograph.
I don’t believe I have ever posted any of this series of coal breaker photographs on any of my websites. A coal breaker is where coal broken up into useful sizes and impurities removed. There are only a couple of these huge facilities remaining as industrial ruins.
I could not resist posting another view of the Enola Yard.
The Rockville Railroad Bridge, spanning the Susquehanna River above Harrisburg, was completed in 1902, and was and still is the longest stone masonry arch railroad viaduct in the world. In other words, it is big and pretty neat to go and look at.
I do like to take railroad photos! Most are not particularly interesting to the general public, but there is a lot of joy just being there and taking them. This is of the Enola Yard on the Susquehanna River across from Harrisburg, PA.