On Friday night, I headed out at sunset hoping to catch a beautiful sunset light up the evening sky. Clouds had filled the sky as the day progressed but a small break near the horizon offered the chance for sunlight to shine through and set the clouds on fire.
As luck would have it, the break in the clouds closed as the sun set and I had to make due with a more subdued blue light in the night sky. As it happened, Marblehead Harbor was very calm and I decided to close down the aperture on the camera and extend the exposure to 4 seconds in order to accentuate the still waters. The boats hardly moved and the end result was this calm view of boats on their moorings and the Corinthian Yacht Club with its light reflected in the mirror-like water.