On Saturday night, my wife and I headed down to the Neck Run Cafe for after-dinner ice cream and a walk along the causeway. I had thrown my camera in the car (just in case) - the clouds did show some promise. As we finished up the scoops and turned back, I spotted the first hint of color in the evening sky. I grabbed my camera from the car while my wife stayed behind and headed down to the water's edge. The tide was at 0 feet and I had plenty of space to capture the whole of this low [...]
On Wednesday, July 1, a storm was predicted for Marblehead as was early morning fog. With that in mind, I set the alarm clock for 4:30am in hopes of capturing a beautiful dawn and Summer sunrise at Doliber Cove. I arrived to low tide and lackluster light but that all changed as the sun began to rise above the horizon and clouds started to shift in the sky. I moved from my original vantage point to create a more dynamic composition and was really happy with the way this came out. The boats in the water, houses along Crowninshield road [...]
Continuing from Friday's introduction to this week's theme, here is the wider view of Riverhead beach. You can see the float that I had stood on for the earlier image in the center of the frame and hopefully appreciate just how low the tide had been to allow me to walk along Riverhead beach to the water's edge. From here, I had quickly returned to the causeway where I captured this image and then turned my attention to Devereux Beach... Come back tomorrow for that image.
This is the first in a series that will span all of next week exploring the area around the causeway during an incredibly low tide in Marblehead. I had gone out on Tuesday night as clouds had been building during the day and I was hoping for a repeat of the incredible light at sunset the night before (which I had watched from a window). As I headed out, I checked the tides and noted they were at very low levels in large part due to the recent 'super moon' that had just set that morning. I decided to drive [...]