Earlier this week, I had to swing up to Ocean City, Maryland for a shoot with Johns Hopkins. On the way, I passed by a spot that I had to stop to photograph on my way home. And, it had to be either daybreak or real late evening. No other option would work for what I had in mind. Oh, and the 20mph wind that had been blowing all day was going to have to stop completely.
As luck would have it, we wrapped early with the Hopkins shoot, and I made the three hour drive back south to the spot, got out the camera, hustled to a few different locations, and made seven different exposures in the hour I had to work with.
A high ceiling mixed with heavy haze gave the water and sky the same luminosity, which was what I was hoping for. Right place, right time, right light.
These will be up on the site and on the gallery walls in a week, or so.