I remember sitting for some time, waiting for this boat to line up in front of me. Likely used for transportation between small islands in the Monahegan Harbor, ME and from shore to moored lobster boats, small outboard boats are plentiful. This boat’s motor was removed…
These boats, temporarily idle in the Monahegan Island Harbor support the lobster fishing economy, most important to the tiny island. The fisherman trap lobster in Maine’s only lobster conservation area.
All sorts of row boats are tied in clusters around the various Rockland Harbor, ME marina piers. I had never noticed removable oar-locks until visiting this harbor.
The fog was thick, this morning, in Edgartown Harbor, MA. The view is from the harbor lighthouse towards Chappaquidick Island. With it’s tent-like covering, the first boat reminded me of a South Asia wooden working boat.
The parking lot of the Spring Hill Baptist Church, near Charlottesville, VA, provided just enough light to render this garage visible from the road (getting my attention), while still allowing the stars to shine.
One of the few lone row boats in Rockland Harbor, ME during this day. A Friendship sloop regatta would begin a short time after this photo was taken, putting this boat to work.
A common wintry sight along icy Chesapeake Bay coastal areas. This was taken in one of the Annapolis marinas.
The nation’s oldest platform carousel is a federally designated national landmark. Originally constructed as an amusement for Coney Island, NY in 1876, it was moved to the Oak Bluffs red barn in 1884. The carousel has been restored to it’s original appearance under ownership of the Preservation Trust.
This barn is situated near the Granary Gallery in West Tisbury, MA (Martha’s Vineyard). It housed at least one pair of donkeys, which were very content staying inside on a cold, but sunny, afternoon in February.
We found this barn in Franklin, TN. Notice the two cow faces painted on the doors of the left-side shed.