So it sure has been a while since I have posted to the blog. Shame on me I know. With my recent winning of the SI Premier Grant and my new Nikon D7100 I hit the road in the start of my soon to be photo documentary on the Shores and Marshes of the Northeast and their importance in the light of Hurricane Sandy on July 26th and August 9th at the www.sigreenbelt.com nature center. Now for a few images from Cape Cod. A location dear and near to my heart.
It was a stormy morning, but the fields stretched for what looked and felt like miles out to the ocean. My goal with this image was to put you right there at the edge of such beauty.
This brackish pond was teaming with life.
It's important we protect our shores and marshes as they also act as a buffer outgoing as well as incoming. The shores and marshes often catch and filter the waters to help keep the ocean flourishing for these beautiful humpbacks that depend on creatures that are highly sensitive to pollution and runoff (calf breaching.)