|Rye Beach Reflection|
This last weekend was “Rye Beach Weekend”, my annual chance to mooch
|The Timeless Cottage, From Years Past|
Each year I get to visit with friends, eat great food overlooking the ocean, and look for new and interesting things to photograph at the water’s edge.
|Rye Beach Roller|
|Rye Surf, 15 Second Exposure, 6 stop ND Filter|
|Perkin's Cove Bloom|
This year we planned to extend our coastal visit to include a visit to our friends Michele and Wally in York Maine. We had an early dinner next to the Marginal Way in Perkin’s Cove, Ogunquit Maine. The cove is a classic little protected harbor, mostly packed with working fishing boats and lobsterman. The waterfront is quite touristy, but the harbor and the rocky shore along the one and one quarter mile long cliff path of the Marginal Way is a spectacular.
|Bait, Perkin's Cove|
Nubble Light Refurbishing
The final leg of our trip was down to Cambridge and Boston for dinner with our daughter Abigail, and her new husband Grayson. Following dinner, we rushed off to Fenway to see the Sox drop a game to the Phillies. Boston hasn’t been losing much this year, so why did they have to save one for us. I always bring my little Canon SX 50HS to the games. It is small enough to sneak in as a point and shoot, but its 1200mm zoom brings me close to the action.
Pomeranz Delivers at 1200mm
This year, our Rye Weekend extended out for five lovely days. We didn’t get home until late Wednesday, which is why I am late with this week’s blog. Now I have a bunch of stuff on which to catch up and the work on the studio is still inching along. Who knows when I’ll get to my next article.
|Tenders, Perkin's Cove|
|OK, I couldn't resist a little "quick and dirty" Photoshop|
I stole the shack from another of my images