My friend Harry got a concession to offer food, drink and music on an unused sandy spit off tthe East River (seen in the background here) where the water taxi came to port in Long Island City. This shot is from September 2008.
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(with apologies to Nevil Shute)
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We also saw a lot of interesting marine flora and fauna. If viewing in email, click the post title to click into the images and see them larger.
The tide was out and we explored some caves. If viewing in email, click the post title to click into the images and see them larger.
On Monday, 22 May we did our first group walk of a bit over 8 miles, approaching Holywell Bay, then traversing The Kelsey Head, Porth Joke and West Pentire before circling back.
The approach to Holywell Bay and what we found there. If viewing in email, click the post title to click into the images and see them larger.
Still in the archives from 2001-02, here’s another foggy landscape looking South down the beach. there was a lot of color noise in this old 2MP jpeg that I took a stab at cleaning up.
Another 2MP jpeg from the archive, either 2001 or 2002.
So frigid weather sends me back to the archive. Here’s a selection of 2MP jpegs shot early in my digital period with the family Kodak at the beach, with a little modern editing in Capture One. Click any image to see them all enlarged.
Taken several days before the public beaches were shut down here in Florida, a couple of weeks ago, now…
(These pictures were shot a couple of weeks ago – everything’s shut now and we’re complying with attempts to halt the spread of Covid-19 by not going out except for necessities).