Photo by Salt Water New England

Sunday, August 16, 2020

August Light

Photos by Salt Water New England














11 comments:

  1. Perfect in every way! Thank you so very much.

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  2. What a lovely little collection! Beautiful boats in beautiful settings well photographed. Thank you.

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  3. Cleat illustration #1: Is a poor dock line to cleat attachment. Too many wraps waste time tying to and, importantly, letting loose. Ditch the French Coil. The whip ends are serviceable.
    Cleat illustration #2: Deserves an “A” for effort, but that is all. Too many, and backward, wraps leave an awkward look (ditto #1). The bitter end should finish in line with the dock line facing the dock. The whip ends are nonexistent.
    There is no magic to a simple and effectively tied cleat. As the shoes identify the man (or woman) so does the securing of your boat to the dock. 😉

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    1. #1 has multiple dock lines(?). It's still a mess though; as are some of those curious croppings.


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    2. From an artistic standpoint these images are pretty cool, however.

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    3. Beat me to it!

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  4. I love your photography. Thank you.
    MaryAnne

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  5. Wahoo sighting.
    -JM Virginia

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    1. Yeah. My son has that tee shirt too. I love the orange. I live in Austin where it's all about burnt orange, a strange color in my opinion.

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  6. These Are Amazing! Spent 4 years up at URI in college and I can't get enough of your blog. Love the tug off of Fort Adams but honestly all of these images are great. The coiled line pictures are exquisite. Thank you for such wonderful work!

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