These are the old piling at the Skull Creek Marina.
There was a little ground fog when I took this photograph. I am in the process of posting some photos I took prior to creating this blog.
This is an over the stern photo… When you are rowing you are facing the stern of the rowboat and this is often the view I am photographing. By putting the rowboat in the photo, it gives it perspective.
Another calm morning, exceptionally high tide, high clouds and no fog. Was able to explore into the marshes with the high water.
The Chrissy James on the Manasquan Inlet Rocks. This is from my old collection of fishing boat photographs.
This picture is from a fire in the mid 70’s and part of the Lost Film Collection. The Lost Film Collection consist of a number of rolls of undeveloped film I discovered in 2005 and developed. The grain structure is a little different, but otherwise most of them survived very well.
I will be spending the month of January in the Keys and taking that opportunity to update my various Keys postings on my websites. I will also be giving up my site that is specific to this subject. That site was never fully developed, not from the lack of interest, but from the lack of time.
This photograph was taken in the 1930s by Slade Dale from a cruise on his schooner the Emma C. Berry. The Emma C. Berry now resides at Mystic Seaport, Mystic, Connecticut.
This morning was very still and a heavy fog laid over Skull Creek. I rowed up to the Skull Creek Marina and photographed the old section which is now just pilings sticking out of the water with pelicans perched here and there.