Ode to the light

If you count the rings you can estimate its age. Gotta be at least 50 years old.

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From seascape to dreamscape

The smell of the ocean is unmistakable and so, too, is the sound of stones rattling their way back after each wave. I’d like to capture that sound, one of these evenings, and have it ready for the nights when sleep doesn’t come easy.

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It’s all in your perspective.

I think of all the photos that I’ve taken this summer – so far – this shot is my favorite. I think it finally tells a story, sort of. The couple with the umbrella appear “inconvenienced” by the effects of Tropical Storm Elsa, while the young surfer couldn’t be more excited. I guess it’s all in your perspective.

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Back from the Block

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Pit stop in Warren

One of the worst long weekends, weather wise, in a very long time. But it’s not about the weather today, it’s about the fallen. We will never forget.

Benched.
Padlocked.
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Mom’s Home! Mom’s Home!

Our neighbor returns home to feed her kids, again…and again…and again.
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Second shot at the Wood Duck

Donna and I returned to the ‘scene of the crime’ hoping to see the Wood Duck once more, but this time I came armed with a 200-600mm lens. Glad to have the extra reach, because this is one of the most shy birds we’ve come across.

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‘Lifer Bird’ Our first sighting of a Wood Duck.

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Backseat Boomer

It was a long day (45 mins) at the beach. 😉
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Land escape

John H Chaffee Nature Preserve, Narragansett, RI
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