Thacher's Island Photography Workshop a Success
We had a great time out on the island this past Wednesday. Myself and three hearty souls braved the rough ride out to the island for a fun filled day of photography. There was a large group of volunteers working hard on repairing the walkway and re-shingling the side of the Keepers cottage. We started shooting right away and the island did not disappoint as it was a beautiful clear day with some wispy clouds moving by. These clouds provided a really interesting perspective to the granite towers of the Twin Lights. The large rookery of gulls provided some entertainment as we moved about the island. Below are a few images I made with the Leica M-P 240 and the Sony Nex-7 with the Leica 90mm Tele-Elmarit. You can see a full gallery of images here.
Guarding the NestA gull looks out over a chick hidden behind the daisies at this shack on Thacher's island. Gull guarding chick, June 2015This gull made sure we did not get to close to her chick we were sitting on out at Thacher's Island. Rot Iron Bench, June 2015This old rot iron bench starts to rust up out on Bearskin Neck. Looking in the window, June 2015This stuffed bear was staring in the window of a shop on Bearskin Neck in Rockport.
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