Friday, January 23, 2009

Constructions in Wood

I went out to the Sachuest Point National Wildlife Refuge today because I'd never been out there with snow on the ground. Unfortunately the wildlife was not up to making an appearance. Lots of little birds who wouldn't sit still, and even more back in the brambles singing to me, but no real portrait sittings. So I concentrated on b&w shots of some of the things built of wood I came across on my hike.

A lifeguard chair in the snow on Atlantic Beach.

The central observation platform in the Sachuest Point NWR

A fence section along the trail in the Sachuest Point NWR

The north observation platform in the Sachuest Point NWR

The visitors center in the Sachuest Point NWR

A dune fence on Sachuest Beach

© 2009 by A. Roy Hilbinger


  1. I miss winter trips to the cape...even though we now live on a great lake it's not the same.

    still in metro dc....head home tomorrow....

  2. that's funny- i too was going to comment on how much i miss those winter trips and the skeletons of dune fences...

  3. Thanks for dropping by.

    Kim, safe trip!

    e., welcome to my world. I have a thing with dune fences, and the more decrepit they are the more I love them.

  4. fyi....e is my daughter....doesn't she have an incredible eye?? she spent the her formative years (1.5 -18) living in connecticut.

  5. I needed this info thanks mate