I mentioned on Tuesday’s post that we had a lot of rain in early September and otherwise boring gray skies.  The day after I ventured out to shoot at Cove Lane (and it started to rain minutes after that shot was taken by the way), I discovered that there was dense fog to be found in the harbor.  I started shooting at Riverhead beach and slowly made my way out to Marblehead Neck again.  This time, I stopped in along Foster Street and made my way down to the Pleon pier.

As I looked around, I found these two rowboats tied up and nice light on the waters and Eastern Yacht Club beyond.  I couldn’t quite believe the names of the boats and quickly captured this image before their positions changed with the currents in the harbor.  The title seemed perfect as Huey and Louie seemed to be visiting the Eastern Yacht Club.