Sometimes, in cases like this, I forget where a photo was taken, and wish I knew…though it really doesn’t matter.
One of many seahorses at the Ocean Explorium, New Bedford, MA.
Of his domain
I’m not sure if he was protecting the docks, or waiting for me to toss him a snack, but he kept a watchful eye on me the whole time I was there.
The USS Joseph P. Kennedy Jr. Destroyer DD-850 at Battleship Cove, Fall River, MA
The Bourne Bridge, one of two bridges that connect Cape Cod to the rest of Massachusetts (yes, it really is separate from the rest of the commonwealth).
I attempted to photograph this ship once before, over the winter when it was dry docked in town, but was turned away. It’s not the original Mayflower (which would be almost 400 years old now) but it’s a very accurate reproduction. It also lives a few hundred yards from Plymouth Rock in Plymouth, Massachusetts.
The photo is actually a composite of three vertical wide angle shots put together using Autostitch.