During a hike on the island of Bequia in the Grenadines, I came upon several squat concrete block structures. A hand-drawn sign outside stated “$5 US Donations”. I entered and was greeted by a native of the island. He explained that his passion in life was rescuing and raising sea turtles. After hatching on the […]
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Fall colors signal the end of the grape-growing season, and the beginning of harvest. Unused wine barrels occupy an abandoned loading dock at a Hammondsport, NY winery.
The original blue paint has given way to red-orange surface rust while a single Fall maple leaf provides a hint to the reality of the image.
Rust slowly conquers the hood and grill of an abandoned truck in the New Mexico sun. Oxidation has dulled the two chrome strips, while only a small patch of yellow paint has escaped the effects of an abrasive tool.
Necessarily ever-vigilant, a sailboat attempts to outrun the approaching storm. A late afternoon sky and a dark, dense cloud cover provided the sepia-toned coloration. A digital “watercolor” filter has been applied here to produce a more “painterly” presentation.
Necessarily ever-vigilant, a sailboat attempts to outrun the approaching storm. A late afternoon sky and a dark, dense cloud cover provided the sepia-toned coloration.
Appropriate fodder for wistful daydreams, this pier was shot in the Exuma chain of islands of the southern Bahamas.
Sunlight has reflected from a rippling lake surface onto the pale yellow hull of a sailboat. Quick camera action has frozen this particular dance of the rays.
Sunlight reflections dance on the white hull and blue waterline of a sailboat. The graceful arc of the bow has been intentionally included in the composition in order to guide the viewer in discerning the reality of the piece.
Colorful rust streaks weave mesmerizing patterns and colors on the side of an abandoned Landing Craft. Found in a boatyard in Watkins Glen, NY, this craft was used in the evacuation of the American Embassy inBeirutin 1976.