Low tide provided a peaceful, secure setting for this fishing boat docked on Amelia Island. The pelicans were my companions as we watched as the sun set.
Neglecting to remain on your side of the bridge is life threatening! Of course, it’s very easy to veer to the ‘wrong’ side of the Brooklyn Bridge walk-way. Sometimes you encounter a biker who is just bigger than life and you know that you and your camera are treading on very dangerous (wrong-way) ground.
This waterfront park along the East River in New York City provides unique, street photography opportunities.
Doesn’t everyone wear a pink safari hat when visiting the zoo?
Some people just know how to stay cool and comfortable while checking email on the beach. I just wanted to continue my early morning walk! I like the sound of the surf more than the ring-tones and message notifications on my phone.
Unalaska or Dutch Harbor, Alaska is an enigma! I loved this rugged fishing village on the coasts of both Unalaska and Amaknak Islands, connected by a bridge called “the Bridge to the Other Side”. The island and the town are both named Unalaska. There is a body of water called Dutch Harbor and many people refer to the town as Dutch Harbor or simply Dutch. Technically, there is no town named Dutch Harbor. Have I confused you???
You never know what you’ll encounter during a walk in the neighborhood!