After a storm the beach holds many treasures...........
One of the first digital photos I ever took, camera was a nikon coolpix 990, cost me a grand and only had 3 mega pix!
"Mother Nature's Panties"
Welck Pot, the horseshoe crab is bait, the roap keeps the Welck from getting out.
"We have landed on the planet"
Deceased Loggerhead......beautiful colors even dead.
A rare full wash over Thanksgiving day.
Thanksgiving day 2006 Nor'Easter.......Like the sign says at the OSV entrance :"Beach may be impassable at high tide"
...no fish for me today but i did enjoy watchin 2 gulls harrass "ole baldy"....he wasn't takin any crap from em though and stood his ground till he saw me with the camera...
Wild Assateague horses.
morning light hits the forest beneath my feet
From the south end looking north.
Abandoned fox den.
Exposed root structure after a storm.
The forest of the Assateague Indians.....is exposed like this only once every couple decades.
In back of the dunes after an extremely high tide/wash-over the level of the water is easy to read....it was deep!
Can you feel the wind?