Saturday, December 8, 2012

Cape Photo of the Day - Photo #283

Foggy and festive in downtown Annapolis. Warmest Lights Parade I've known. People were eating outside.

Friday, December 7, 2012

Cape Photo of the Day - Photo #282

Who would guess how spectacular these are going to look in 3 or 4 months?

Thursday, December 6, 2012

Cape Photo of the Day - Photo #281

Another picture taken by the fishermen yesterday. Three of the eight unsuccessful fishing poles are in view. And if the picture looks askew, it's not because the photo is not level - I adjusted the horizon to a proper horizontal. For those of you familiar with Sharps Island Lighthouse, you know that its the lighthouse that's atilt and not the picture.

Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Cape Photo of the Day - Photo #280

My husband stretches his fishing season well into the winter by running down the Bay a little further south. He took this picture while out yesterday looking for some rockfish. He and his buddy only hooked one nice one that got away from them before they could get it in the boat, but who can complain when it's nearly 70 degrees out in December and looks like this.

Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Cape Photo of the Day - Photo #279

One more shot from the streets of midtown New York this weekend. This one is Saint Thomas Episcopal Church at 5th and 53rd. The more well known St Patrick's Cathedral, just a couple of blocks away, was covered in scaffolding, but this one was pretty impressive in its own right.

Monday, December 3, 2012

Cape Photo of the Day - Photo #278

I spent this past weekend in New York City for a quick weekend visit with my best college chum and her parents. The city was crawling with people, but also crawling with holiday spirit and festivity. The holiday windows of the big flagship department stores were as fanciful and dazzling as ever. It was impossible to get a good picture at street level with all the activity, but by looking upward, I was able to get a nice shot of the spectacles above the hubbub. The tree at Rockefeller Center was pretty stunning, but it couldn't quite compete with Rockefeller Center itself.