Scot’s Bay in the fog.

Got back out for some on-site painting today. The Bay was mostly hidden by thick fog. I included a hint of the far shore in the background and some sunlight that caught the centre rocks. Both appeared later as the fog lifted.

The Wharf (not included here) was badly damaged in a hurricane so has lots of keep off signs on it. When it was in better shape, fishing boats would navigate in and out between these rocks.

When I started, the water was quite low but by the time I left two hours later, the rocks in the center were mostly covered.  There’s nothing like 40 foot tides to give you a healthy respect for the ocean.

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