The original Faces Of The Sea, The Florida Keys was so popular that I expanded it to a book, Faces of the Sea: Stock Island – The Florida Keys, now available on Amazon.
Photos from the Slade Dale Collection . . . The Emma C. Berry posted here celebrated her 150th birthday in 2016. She now resides at Mystic Seaport, a couple of miles from where she was built in 1866 in Noank, Connecticut. A book of photographs of Emma from the 1931-1941 is available on Amazon: Emma C. Berry in Photographs: the Slade Dale Collection, 1931-1941
This is becoming a favorite photographic subject again and wanted to share a recent photo taken from the water.
This is a photograph I took on February 13th of the sunset while rowing on Skull Creek.
The Rowboat was in storage for the month of January, not because of weather, but because I was not in residence. While February has been chilly here on Hilton Head Island, I have been on the water more days than not. Had a very pleasant excursion this morning and wanted to again start sharing some photos.
Had a good excursion on Skull Creek at low tide along Pinckney Island.
I took a rather lengthy row, for me, on this lovely Sunday morning. I was shooting into the early morning sun, not that early this time of year, so the photos were not great, but wanted to share this one. The two vessels on the right are shrimp boats, the interesting vessel on the left is an old Chesapeake buy boat.
These are the old piling at the Skull Creek Marina.
There was a little ground fog when I took this photograph. I am in the process of posting some photos I took prior to creating this blog.
This is an over the stern photo… When you are rowing you are facing the stern of the rowboat and this is often the view I am photographing. By putting the rowboat in the photo, it gives it perspective.