Today was an interesting day in that we had fog and sun intertwined around the Connecticut river. I grabbed my camera and started shooting around “Between the Bridges” marina:
Around 1:00 PM from the stairwell to my work on the second floor, the sun was shining and the mist stuck in the air, I 95 can be seen on the left
Many people are launching their boats these days
From the ground level
The blue cover on the right is the Back Porch restaurant, they just started their season for 2009
Amtrack’s bridge raised for a vessel, in a minute the whole scene will become gray as the sun withers away!
Closer to the edge of the water
An inland view towards the marina
Old Lyme as seen through mist
A close up to the bridge
Looking North towards I 95 (Raymond E. Baldwin Bridge)
The mist intensifies, the sun starts to fade away and gray becomes the theme of the day
Old Lyme is now barely visible with the telephoto!
While I was shooting on the other end of the marina, I heard this guy shouting: You are on the wrong side of the dock, come and watch my red tow boats!
Turns out this is TowBoatU.S. Long Island Sound
Like the red, yellow and gray colors!
The mist attack looking south
The mist attack looking north
Looking back to the land
A guy named Bob said I could climb up his cabin(he has a nice boat) and shoot from there, Thanks Bob!
The sun shines and the mist fades away, light Vs. darkness
A close up towards Amtrack bridge
These boats look like Ferraris compared to the other boats(maybe it is the red color!)