As many family and friends know, Grass Island here in Guilford is a favorite iconic spot of mine at all times of the day and year. Yesterday’s trip after this week’s 1 foot of snow, despite briskly cold but clear conditions, gave me the same excitement and opportunities to capture the red shack in its surroundings. The main challenge was dredging equipment brought in to deepen the harbor for boats. Nevertheless, I think I captured the equipment when I wanted to, but I was also able to shoot around it for most of my images. Regrettably, there is the most graffiti I have ever seen on this lovely, but frail building– a shame.
In addition to my destination shack, the water, the snow, the invasive but pretty phragmites, copious shells, birds and a new friend, Fitzy the golden retriever, all provided a perfect 2 hours at 18 degrees F.
Join me some day- or night!
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