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Yesterday, July 2nd, I crossed Barnegat Bay at sunrise to the boater’s access path on New Jersey’s “Island Beach State Park,” enjoying an early morning walk at the edge of the Atlantic.
The last two images display nicely under higher zoom.
As always, thanks for viewing, and comments are always welcome. M 🙂
Before the summer memories fade away, here are a few more images from our vacation to Bermuda, – approaching New York Harbor – and as seen from the Norwegian Breakaway’s upper deck, June, 2017.
Images taken between 5:25 and 5:39 AM, 6/10/17
As usual, comments are always welcome, click on or finger stretch any image for a close up, and thanks for sharing. M 🙂
Coinciding with our vacation to Bermuda last week, was the America’s Cup Yacht Preliminaries.
Although all the 50′ catamarans are essencially the same, teams have virtually unlimited options as to trimming and power usage, including navigating savvy, and human endurance. For example, Emirates utilizes bicycle-like human power stations, while Oracle uses the more traditional hand cranked “grinders.” The science of these vessels and the methods employed are awesome, details of which can be found here .
As usual, click on the image for a closer look, and thanks for viewing. Comments are always welcome. M 🙂