Category: Marsh

House on the Marsh

Jul 09, 2013 - Beach Grass, Essex, House, Marsh, Water - 1 Comments - Standard

If you’re a regular visitor to my blog, you may recognize this house as I’ve posted images of it several times in the past.  One of the great things about it is the fact that you can keep coming back in different seasons and weather conditions, and each time it will offer you a new […]

Frozen Marsh

Feb 11, 2013 - B&W, Essex, House, Ice, Marsh, Massachusetts, Snow, Water - 6 Comments - Standard

Well we survived Nemo this weekend… all 28+ inches of it.  Aside from a driving ban for a day and a half, and some sore muscles from shoveling, it was a great snow storm.  Huddling by the fire watching movies.  Wondering if the power would go out as the snow kept piling up.  I loved […]

Roadside

Apr 17, 2012 - Landscapes, Marsh, Massachusetts, Sunset, Tree - 9 Comments - Standard

I drive down this stretch of road everyday, always hoping for a nice sunrise or sunset sky to add drama and contrast to this marshy area.  I caught this sky a few months ago on the way home from work, and pulled over to grab a few shots.  It’s a little dicey sometimes stopping here […]

Lone Boat

Feb 15, 2012 - Autumn, Boats, Landscapes, Marsh, Massachusetts, Ocean, Reflection, Sunrise, Water - 13 Comments - Standard

Is there anything more peaceful than a warm fall sunrise looking out over a New England salt marsh?  Well… maybe sleeping in would have been, but then I wouldn’t have been able to get this shot.  This was taken in Gloucester, MA on the same morning as this image, but looking in the opposite direction.    There was […]

Salt Marsh

Oct 12, 2011 - Autumn, Landscapes, Marsh, Massachusetts, Nikkor 18-70, Nikon D90, Sunrise, Water - 15 Comments - Standard

As I mentioned yesterday, I was up early on Monday for some sunrise shooting in Gloucester, MA.  Although it’s known as a vibrant fishing community, there are other parts that are far less commercial but equally photogenic.  With that in mind, I chose to visit the salt marshes this time around.  I’ve always really enjoyed […]

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