Boston Skyline at Sunrise over Boston Harbor and Decayed East Boston Shoreline with Nautical Rope and Clouds
I went to shoot at Carlton’s Wharf this morning, only to find the shoreline fenced off with tall chain link that had signs the area was under video surveillance. Couldn’t believe it, so I made my way to this spot with the rope instead. The tide ended up being a good level for this angle and I got this frame in while there was still color in the sky. Soon all these spots on the East Boston shoreline are going to get shut down as the land gets developed. Only a matter of time. To think a couple weeks ago I just hopped down to the shore at Carlton’s Wharf and got some shots, and now the whole area is inaccessible.
Canon 16-35mm f/2.8L II at 16
LEE Little Stopper (1.8ND)
Singh-Ray 0.9 Reverse GND
f/11, ISO 100, 120 sec
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