Tuesday, November 3, 2009


This is a shot taken in the early morning at Cape Cod Canal, and the end, looking toward the ocean. The power plant is on your right.  I like looking at the textures of the calm water, the rocky New England shore and the hanging clouds.
The next shot is taken of textures/colors of the pier. Large oil tankers dock along the Canal and off load the oil.

This is a shot of beach rose and other sea plants along the Canal. The beach roses are a type of hardy rose that can tolerate the sun and the wind and the salt air near the ocean. Locals make a jelly out of the berries, tasting similar to cranberries, another native berry to the Cape Cod area.


  1. It's nice to see someone considering texture every once and a while.

  2. And these are three dramatically different textures. Thanks for helping the rest of us really stop and look at them.