Tag Archives: Little River
Have you noticed how high the tide has been?
Come one come all
Thursday, 2:00 pm
Little River on Route 133, Gloucester
NOAA’S ERIC HUTCHINS TO PRESENT SLIDE SHOW ON DAM REMOVAL AND GLOUCESTER’ LITTLE RIVER RESTORATION, PLUS LITTLE RIVER FISH COUNT TRAINING!
Little River is becoming one of my many favorite places to photograph. As the sky was so blue and marsh very green it made for a peaceful place to think.
Came across this beautiful bird at Little River as the tide was going out. What caught my eye was the long elegant neck.
I can’t tell you how many years I’ve driven by this spot early in the morning and thought how beautiful the reflections were and continued on my way. It wasn’t until a couple years ago I actually stopped with my camera. It doesn’t look like much from the road, but early morning about an hour after the sun rises it’s such a beautiful, peaceful view. Of course as in any photographic location, the clouds, the tide and the position of the sun can change the scene from moment to moment but that’s what makes capturing these scenes with my camera so special to me. Our lives are so busy these days and if there is one thing my camera has taught me it’s that moments matter….so stop and be in the moment once in a while. (Nikon D90, F8, ISO 100, 1/10-18-200 mm Nikon lens)