Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Rainy Day at the Beach: St. Peter's Church Lewes, De.

By noon I was ready to head out and see what the Fenwick Winecellars was about, hoping it really had established a functioning processing facility I could photograph. But no, it was just a storefront, I was invited for a tasting but it was just a little too early. They are planning on getting set up in the next year or so after getting all the legal stuff done. So right now all their products are made in their vineyards in Pa.

So I drove down Ocean Highway heading for the commercial fishing area in West Ocean City in the pouring rain. The old sea worthy fishing ships were unloading but it was so rainy I just could not find cover enough to get a shot; instead,  I found a beauty salon, got my hair cut, a manicure and pedicure. It was a great thing to do on a rainy beach day. I left feeling like I should have a Pumpkin Chariot outside with Prince Charming driving!  I went in a ragged rained on photographer and came out all fixed up!
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Having no shots from today I revisited some I made in Lewes, Delaware on the grounds of the very historic St. Peter's Church. Maybe I should have saved them for Halloween. The church is very charming and the stones in the cemetery date back to the 1700's. I have added a Join My Mailing List button on the blog. I will be conducting workshops when I can fit some in the schedule between my Penn Camera Workshops and my Hopkins Classes. I will be happy to add you to the notify list. Check out the New York day trip on November 19, and the beach workshop scheduled for April 2011. I have one spot left for the November Beach workshop, if anyone is interested.

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