Sunday, August 7, 2016

Every time I photograph in the marshes, there are scores of fishermen in the way both aesthetically and physically. (I know, I know...they can work in a photograph too!). After three years here, though, I've finally discovered how to eliminate them without violence. Take the camera out at low tide! There's no water for the fish and, hence, no fishermen. Besides the wet mud is much more visually appealing than the water at higher tide. This is Dutton Island Preserve adjacent to the Intracoastal (that most people pronounce "intercoastal"...dopey rabbits!). I've made a number of photographs here that I rather like.   (Film)

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