Sometimes I sit and wish that I could be an artist. Take something and create something new and refreshing. Take a pencil place it upon paper and created an amazing picture, or write the next great novel.
Then I am reminded that I can. Only it’s with my camera and looking through the lens I see things that often are missed by others around me. Things in clear sight, but overlooked by many.
How often have you traveled pass something that now looks out of place, but wonder what it looked like 30, 50 or 75 years ago. This is one of those sights. Two old vine covered silos sitting in a field.
I have listed this as both usual, since there are many sights like this on the peninsula and also as not so pretty.
What do you think?
Weather can often change what is usually a beautiful, comforting location. Betterton Beach is one of those beautiful comforting places. Especially in the middle of summer.
This photo shows how a storm can make a big difference. Early March 2018 saw a North Easter come up the coast of the Atlantic. The Delmarva saw lots of rains, but also very strong winds that blew driftwood, logs and other garbage onto the beach.