Brrrrrrr!!

January 3, 2010

The howling northwest winds gusted to 50 miles per hour and the temperature peaked at 26 degrees here in Lewes, Delaware today. I waded through 18 inches of frozen sea slush to get a photograph of sunset at Cape Henlopen tonight. It was brutally cold but this scene is rare here.

Icy Cape H Sunset 1.3.2010_010310_9414

Cloud Burst
Anolis carolinensis
Impending Squall

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  • Jamie January 4, 2010
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    Wow! A frozen Delaware Bay photo with the inner breakwater light in the background is pretty darn sweet! That is definitely worth the trouble.

  • Denise Wachter Jones January 4, 2010
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    This is one of my favorite places. I ventured out this past weekend to see what I could capture at Gordon’s Pond. Just as I finished the sun began to break through … I guess I should have gone to Cape! Not too many days we can venture out near the point before those little birds take over!! Great shot. I wish I had gone there!!!

  • Griff January 7, 2010
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    Thank you for your personal sacrifice to let us see such a beautiful shot!

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