Thursday, August 26, 2010

Postcards from Maine: Light Effects

As you've probably figured out, I never get tired of shooting the dinghies moored at the dock just below our bungalow. Here's a morning scene, on an overcast day that turned stormy:

Here they are again, during one of the pink sunsets that often illuminate Southwest Harbor:

Another sunset shot, taken at the dock by Beal's Lobster Pound, where you pick your own lobster and eat it out on the deck, with corn on the cob and blueberry pie. I'm a better photographer on a full stomach:

This one is from the second-floor deck at the inn, a new spot I've discovered for taking in the sunsets — conveniently near the pool:

Finally, the pool area, during a rainy, lavender sunset:

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