Another day of rain and rageing water over the dam.
A cool beginning, but a lot better than this time yesterday.
I watched three surfers trying to get up for about a half hour hoping to get a good picture. Two left and the third was still trying when I left.
Overnight rainfall totaled 5 or more inches with wind gusting over 50 mph. Fishtown was shut down with the exception of Carlson’s. I popped in as Alan was being interviewed and photographed. A blustery day.
A playful post for an October Monday, returning to still-above-average, but closer-to-average temps. Sometimes it’s fun to play with optics in a familiar place such as Fishtown. Three of today’s images are of a glass sphere, which captures its surroundings and presents them upside-down. So yes, the backgrounds are inverted to make the foregrounds inside the sphere, right side up. I… Read more »
October Summer is coming to an end with rain and then cooler air moving in overnight.
Continuing with our October Summer, Fishtown is in overflow mode with visitors lined up at the Cove as well as the Cheese Shanty for lunch. Falling Water’s is up to capacity and the Fishtown Shanties are occupied. Rain and cooler temperatures forecasted for Sunday evening.
October, 2017 has been more Summer than Fall. Color, slow as it is, is making progress. Forecasted for next week is a cooler system moving in with rain.
and Facebook and has provided us with a lot of great photographers taking pictures with expensive 35’s with telephoto lens as well as “I phones”. I’m in Fishtown every day watching everyone taking pictures of everything. I checked into Facebook this morning and was immediately presented with a picture posted by Chip Finke that captured the very essence of a beautiful sunrise over… Read more »
Sunrise, 8:03am, Van’s Beach, 8:30am. Below, Fishtown at sunrise. Getting darker every day.