Spent a few days in New York City and had a chance to photograph the new transportation hub downtown. The Oculus replaced the translation below the World Trade Center.
Exhibit Southampton Cultural Center March 1 through April 10. I am having this exhibit with my good friend and wonderful painter Eileen Dawn Skretch. Eileen and I produce large scale art that is breath taking especially in the Cultural Center’s gallery
To meet the Artist there is a reception March 12 4-6 PM
Swirls in sand lefty by the receding tide.
Two nestled boulders at Barcelona Point in Sag Harbor
Three rocks in Sag Harbor at evening light
I was in Sag Harbor and spied this small flock of about ten ducks. They were a species I hadn’t seen around here before. I sat on the Village Wharf and waited for them to get within camera range and took a few photos. I looked up the ducks and found out they were Long Tailed Ducks which come down from Northern Canada to winter over.
I woke today to thick fog. After walking the dog and fixing a flat tire I got out to try to capture the feeling of the day. The problem was that the few scenes with thick fog were looking into the sun and the fog was quickly burning off. I then remembered a spot on Mecox Bay that the sun would be to my back and there might still be fog left. The two images are the results the fog is burning off and there is a mood of the expecting day.
There isn’t much marsh on the bay but there is a strip of grass behind a few mansions. Today the light was right to get a image.