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This week was a quick visit to Sunday visit to one of the many harbors and inlets that dot the landscape of my hometown on Long Island.  I only had a hour or two on a Sunday and the cloud cover was approaching quick.  The sunset was going to be less than spectacular.  There was no wind which means I could look for good reflections on the water, especially around the boats, docks, and fishing piers.  If the sky will not cooperate than maybe the water would.  The good light was fading fast as the clouds(and rain) is quickly approaching; I needed to work fast. I...
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Back home on Long Island and visiting many of the island's coastal and harbor scenes that I know so well.  One evening I decided to visit the beach closet to my home here on the north shore of Long Island.  This beach is home to many wind surfers and paddle boarders.  It also offers a nice view to the west so that means it is a good spot to view the setting sun.  I have always found the large collect of kayaks stacked on the beach to be an interesting composition.  I have tried more than a few times to take a photo that captures...
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This week finds me and my cameras still roaming up and down the southern Maine coast line.  My goals remain the same look for interesting coastal scenes that bring together the simple elements of lines, light and moment.  I find that those three elements when found together (or brought together) will always yield a pleasing image. This week's images was taken at Goose Rocks Beach in Kennebunkport, Maine.  This is a  pre - sunrise photo, which means that it was taken around 4:55 AM since sunrise is 5:05 AM at this time of year.  This photo embodies the three elements mentioned above.  The clouds and coastline...
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