Water like glass, Sky no horizon.

To get a really thick fog there will be no wind, and when there is no wind the surface of the water will be like glass.  And then you can get images that look like this. IMG_0673 Hingham Harbor surface like gray glass

It becomes impossible to find out where the water ends and the sky begins. IMG_0672 Hingham Boat Ramp and docks in the fog

IMG_0671 Hingham Town Beach

In December the only thing left out are the piers, docks and pilings sunk deep into the ground.

IMG_0691 Bones left for the winter

Here a boat belonging to the Harbor Islands Commission heads out. IMG_0679 Hewiits CoveIMG_0682 Thank God for Radar

Thank God for radar!

IMG_0692 Hingham winter ducks

IMG_0685 red berries

IMG_0681 Shipyard Marina

IMG_0689 Weymouth Back River Shore

IMG_0690 Back River

On one hand if I had launched the kayak I would not have been able to get around the coast to all of these different spots and get these pictures, on the other hand I would’ve gotten different pictures.

It’s all good.

About On the North River

Forty years toiled in the Tel-com industry, married for 36 years widowed at sixty-one. New girlfriend at sixty-five. Was a Tea Party supporter. Today a follower of the Last American President to be honestly elected, Donald J. Trump.
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3 Responses to Water like glass, Sky no horizon.

  1. Anonymous says:

    Beautiful! So how did you get the pictures?
    Dumb a?! .question


    • Well Doug, did they make you miss your old stomping grounds?
      I’m glad you liked them. Used very little photoshoping, except for the ducks, applied a filter effect that I thought came out nice.

      Merry Christmas, (and thanks for the nice card)


  2. Doug says:

    Beautiful pictures of places long ago somewhere in my mind.
    Thank you John


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