San Diego Sunsets
Lightning - Bluewater Bridges
Sarnia, Ontario CANADA
A bolt of lightning is captured behind the famous twin set of Blue Water Bridges on the night of Sep 5 2014. The Blue Water Bridge is a twin-span international bridge across the St. Clair River that links Port Huron, Michigan, United States, and Point Edward, Ontario, Canada.
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Aurora Borealis - Northern Lights
Temagami, Ontario CANADA
A beautiful night sky seen from Temagami Shores between the town of Temagami, and Finlayson Point Provincial Park - May 7 2014.
Lightning over Scituate Harbor
This is a multiple lightning exposure photograph composite. There were at least three different flashes of lightning over the same area within about 60 seconds of each other. A major storm had passed through the area and became visible from shore as it made it's way out to sea.
Sailing in Boston Harbor
Sailors move through Boston Harbor in this four mast ship.
Cohasset Harbor Boat House
The ocean waters rush in and out with the tides at the foot of this old Cohasset harbor boat house.
Lightning follows Freighter
Sarnia Ontario and Port Huron Michigan
This transport ship passes through the St-Clair river and into the southern opening to Lake Huron. Sarnia Ontario -the vantage point, and Port Huron visible across the water- are border towns who share two beautiful bridges: The Bluewater Bridges. This ship just passed under the two bridges (out of frame left) as an angry lightning storm followed it out to the openness of the ocean-sized lake.
Scituate Harbor, Atlantic Ocean
A beautiful clear afternoon - calm waters inside the harbor give the seafaring community refuge from the open ocean.
Lightning in the Clouds
Scituate, MA USA
Peggotty beach in Scituate MA is lined with homes cradled between a cushy cranberry bog (near) and the wild open ocean (beyond).
Atlantic Ocean, near Bermuda
The sun rises in dramatic fashion over the Atlantic Ocean near Bermuda.
Atlantic Ocean, Scituate, MA
Inner harbor view of the Scituate Light on Cedar Point.