Tag Archives: Gulf of Maine
Went into Yarmouth to attend a tech. meeting last night and was greeted by this scene as I left. Good thing I always have my Sony RX-100 with me. Sony DSC-RX100 – Zeiss Vario-Sonnar – 28mm – ISO 1600 – f5.6 … Continue reading
A beautiful spring day at the margins of the sea shows the magic of the intertidal region, where wind, rain and the sea work their magic.
Winter or summer, rain or shine, there’s always something new at the beach. No remorse over the falling of the leaves, no sadness as ice forms on the lake, no flinching as autumn’s chill winds blow all the green away. … Continue reading
Mavillette beach is a large, horseshoe-shaped, sand beach with an extremely gradual slope into the sea. Coupled with the extremely high tides of the Bay of Fundy it means that when the tide’s out there’s many acres of pure sand … Continue reading
I have been fortunate to travel extensively around the world, and I’ve lived in four Canadian provinces. I’ve seen the Laurentians, the Great Lakes, Northern Ontario, the Prairies and the Rockies. I’ve visited the frigid high Arctic, scorching deserts and … Continue reading
These old, abandoned lobster cars sit, aground on the flats and salt marsh of the Chibogue River, near the little wharf that shelters a few lobsterboats. With what is usually submerged exposed, you can easily see how they are constructed. … Continue reading
High winds, driving up the Gulf of Maine and Saint Mary’s Bay created high waves. Coupled with high tides present at the full moon, there was lots of breaking surf to photograph today. Sony A-900 – Sigma 17 – 24mm … Continue reading
I always enjoy seeing how simple tasks can produce accidental art. These hawsers, used to tie up a large, off-shore fishing vessel, have been woven around the twin posts of a bollard and in so doing have produced a beautiful, … Continue reading
This immature Herring Gull sits calmly perched atop a boom on an offshore commercial fishing vessel docked at a wharf in Yarmouth harbour. Sony A-900 – Tamron 70 – 200mm f2.8 – ISO 200 – 200mm – f5.6 – 1/500.