This print won the Landscape Award at the 2015 Annual Eyesights juried photography show at the Guild of Creative Art in Shrewsbury, NJ.
This photograph was what I envisioned for the entire 10 plus hour drive up to Maine, the active Atlantic ocean, the crashing waves, the granite coastline and the fog. I envisioned sailors and fisherman of years past and current navigating these notoriously challenging waters with weather that changed within minutes. When we finally arrived, I was taken aback by the beauty of the scene, the power of the rugged coast and waves as well as the cool air and fog limiting the distance I could see. I felt completely connected to the earth, living in the present. I easily could have spent hours there in this one spot, but there were many other places to see and absorb, so I eventually packed up and headed off. no more than two minutes passed and a larger than normal wave came crashing up on the rocks right where I was standing to make this photograph!