Boatyards are interesting places that present all sorts of photo opportunities.Recently, Grenville and I went to Deep Creek Marina to check on the status of repair work on his deck boat. That’s a story for another post – just ask Grenville about it. On second thought, maybe you better not for awhile until the “ouch” factor subsides.
While Grenville was taking care of business, I wandered around the boatyard to capture these images.
Deep Creek has a water working history that dates from the mid 1700s. It located on the bayside of the Eastern Shore peninsula
south of the Maryland line. Shown are two abandoned crab shacks in the surrounding waters.
There were hundreds (maybe thousands) periwinkles, no a flower, but shore snails, which attach themselves to the shore grasses and are readily visible during low tide.