Eel Pond

It all started with these fascinating roseate terns that I saw at Eel Pond. They swoop down and go whizzing just above the surface of the water, scooping with their bottom bills.  I have been back several days this week just before sunset to sit under the calm darkening sky, but they are too quick for focus.


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But each day, there is something else, too…

Sea grapes, bokeh.

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Last night, the sun setting on this boat.

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Tonight, I tried to find the same boat shot, but the water was choppy, so instead, sun setting on the marsh grass.


Along the spit of land, past the keening shore birds. 
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Ice pond dragonflies.

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I have seen these egrets (or egrets much like them) at Eel Pond, but these are from Sengekontacket and this was not the first day I have longed for a longer lens (ba-dump-cha).

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Vineyard Photographer, AKA Maria, Writing with Light, AKA Maria Thibodeau is a family and portrait photographer on Martha’s Vineyard.


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