Got a call from a friend of mine to get over to Mackerel Cove in Jamestown, RI to catch a rainbow. I’m not sure if I got there too late or I missed something better, but I was pleased with what I got. Check out more at my website.
Lifeguard Tower Looking Out
Almost Full Rainbow
Rainbow Sunset Tower
The rain doesn’t seem to want to quit, so I’ll keep taking advantage of it. This was at my Aunt and Uncle’s house down near Matunuck. Such an amazing property and plenty of stuff to shoot.
Calm after the Rain
Last Remnants of a Rainbow
It’s been a weird Spring here in Rhode Island. We were on our way with 75-80 degree temperatures, and have slide back down to the 60′s with scattered showers. Rain is a necessary evil and we certainly needed it, but it also gives for some great photo ops once it finally lets up. I was chasing the most amazing rainbow, but didn’t make it in time for that. I was forced to settle for some shots at Dutch Harbor in Jamestown.
Boat looks like tear drop.
Puddles created a perfect mirror of the last boat standing.
Stands in reflection.
Picture of the week by a wide margin on my website was this photo of the new statue in front of the Narragansett Towers with one of them in the background. I had been trying to get a good shot of the Towers, but for the longest time they had been doing the work on the new statue and fountain area, and it just looked awful. Finally got one last fall, and it seemed that someone was glad I did for the amount of views it got this week.
Just another day of Island living.
I was depositing a check at the bank and looked out at the marina and how calm it was.
I raced home for my camera, so I wouldn’t miss it.
There’s no pre-meditated ‘I’m going to shoot today’ in what I do.
I’m more of an opportunist, right-time-right-place kind of photographer. Hope you like em…more here.
East Ferry with a view of the Bridge
Boats between the dock
Close-up of Dock
Looking through the Pier
Picture of the Week on my website is this one I took a few year’s ago when I was located in Jamestown. I used to see this quite frequently with the fog or mist covering the Newport Bridge, but it being perfectly sunny on land. I’m not quite sure if there is a term for this occurrence, but it generally happens in the Spring when the air temperature was much higher on some days than the water temperature. It appears odd, but makes for a great photograph. I have a few different types of photos with this effect and people always think that I’ve done some sort of layering of several photographs. I can thank Mother Nature for this, not Photoshop.