This photo was taken in October 2009 at D.W. Fields Park.  What a gorgeous reflection that day, the air was still, the sun was setting which made the trees a gorgeous color.

Beth Peardon/SSSC

Autumn Reflection by Beth Peardon

 

Deer Island Fog

July 21, 2009

Deer Island Fog/Peggie Strachan

Deer Island Fog/Peggie Strachan

On a recent Southern Lighthouse Tour the boat was returning to port.  In the outer harbor we ran into a fog bank so thick that the Boston Light and the light itself were not visible.  As we reached the inner harbor, the fog became lighter, but the Deer Island pods were barely visible.

US Coast Guard Eagle-USA

US Coast Guard Eagle-USA

Libertad-Argentina

Libertad-Argentina

Micea-Romania

Micea-Romania

Micea-Romania

Micea-Romania

Sagres-Portugal

Sagres-Portugal

Picton Castle-Lunenburg, Nova Scotia

Picton Castle-Lunenburg, Nova Scotia

July 8, 2009

U.S. Coast Guard "The Eagle" posted by Peggie Strachan

U.S. Coast Guard "The Eagle" posted by Peggie Strachan

U.S. Coast Guard “The Eagle” arriving in Boston Harbor on Wednesday, July 8, 2009 as part of ‘Operation Sail’ – photo taken from Castle Island

I took this photo of the North River Bridge after a Winter storm.

Posted by Rosemary Sampson, South Shore Camera Club

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I took this photo at Coast Guard Hill in Marshfield on Martin Luther King holiday.  This duo was waiting for the hill to clear before they started down.

Posted by Rosemary Sampson, South Shore Camera Club

Waiting!

Waiting!

I took this photo in Hanover MA right after a snow storm. I am a member of South Shore Camera Club.

Posted by: Rosemary Sampson

Winter Day

Winter Day

Blue on Blue by Ray Buker

January 22, 2009

Posted by Ray Buker

Blue on Blue

Blue on Blue

During the eve of  Martin Luther King Day, the South Shore received yet another dumping of snow.  By the time I finished cleaning the driveway it was afternoon.  I was anxious to get out and capture the snow-covered scenes, so loaded my gear in the truck and headed out with no particular destination in mind.  I ended up at Worlds End in Hingham.

Even as I pulled into the parking lot I noticed the incredible late afternoon light that was being filtered through the clouds.  It was constantly changing with the movement of the clouds… sometimes a golden hue, other times blue’ish.  I knew it would be a challenge capturing the shifting light and high-contrast of snow, but also recognized an opportunity to possibly get some striking images.  I trudged through the ankle-deep snow, under-dressed and wet by the end.  But, came away feeling that it was a worth-while effort and happy for some outdoors time.

– Steven David Roberts

Worlds End in the Snow I

Worlds End in the Snow I

Worlds End in the Snow II

Worlds End in the Snow II

Worlds End in the Snow III

Worlds End in the Snow III

Worlds End in the Snow IV

Worlds End in the Snow IV

Worlds End in the Snow V

Worlds End in the Snow V

Worlds End in the Snow VI

Worlds End in the Snow VI

Worlds End in the Snow VII

Worlds End in the Snow VII

Worlds End in the Snow VIII

Worlds End in the Snow VIII

Worlds End in the Snow IX

Worlds End in the Snow IX

Worlds End in the Snow X

Worlds End in the Snow X

Worlds End in the Snow XI

Worlds End in the Snow XI

Worlds End in the Snow XII

Worlds End in the Snow XII

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Fog on the Water

Fog on the Water

First Frost 2008

First Frost 2008

Primary Colors

Primary Colors

Name the Breed

Name the Breed

Posted by: Ray Buker

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