Friday, January 04, 2008

September, 2007
"Believe me, there is nothing, absolutely nothing half so much worth doing as simply messing about with boats." So wrote Kenneth Grahame in The wind in the Willows. I have to agree. Here is a Lindblad Zodiac full of guests in front of a waterfall in Kynoch Inlet, Southeast Alaska.

As a photographer I am always looking for that moody light that gives boats a place to operate in, a sense of where they live and work.

On a foggy day in September in Alert Bay, British Columbia the mood and lighting were perfect!

Flat calm waters and working boats in the harbor lend to a sense of time and place.

Every now and then it is good practice to photograph things other than animals, just to keep stretching towards new horizons (especially when it is foggy and there isn't an animal to be seen or heard anywhere nearby!)

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