Winter at Reid State Park
Yesterday afternoon at Reid State Park was a unique experience – passing snow squalls cleared unexpectedly towards the horizon and provided me with this surreal opportunity to capture the water’s edge just as the storm clouds began to break open. Although some parts of Georgetown still have 3 feet of snow on the ground, the snow here is far less due to the warmer micro climate. Not only did I have a dramatic environment, but the low tide allowed me to photograph what is usually covered by the ocean water.
Although you can’t see it, there were at least a hundred ducks and Canadian geese on the right side of the water (where that thin white line of snow is), undoubtedly feeding on what the receding water had left behind.