Photos from the 2019 Sail Portsmouth Parade of Sails
Few things are more American than a parade – and the Parade of Sails, kicking off the 2019 Sail Portsmouth Tall Ship Festival was no exception. Here’s a sampling of our collection of photos from the event. View the full gallery by clicking the link at the bottom of the post.
So, there’s a chance that I may have fallen a bit behind in posting some of our recent fine art shoots. Thankfully, your wait is over! Today, I wanted to post from a series of images I captured over the course of several mornings in late October. I had a week-long corporate event we were photographing for Eaton at The Ritz-Carlton, Amelia Island. Each morning, I would leave early to spend some time with the amazing panoramic views of creation that unfolded before me. It was a wonderful blessing to start each morning in such a way – well, except for the getting up early part…
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With Hurricane Sandy off our coast, Jacksonville had an unexpected visitor (well, 1900 of them t be exact). The cruise ship you see in the background took a detour en route from Newark to Ft Lauderdale due to the high seas and intense winds produced by Sandy. Being a one cruise ship town, this was big news. So today, when we were going over the Dames Point bridge and we saw the Carnival ship going out, I traded seats with Bryn and started snapping away as we did a few passes over the bridge. The above photo is my favorite – an extremely rare site of not one, but two cruise liners in the St Johns River at one time. Below are a few more or my favorite St Johns River photos from years past! As always, feel free to share, download and enjoy!