"Fly Fishing in Edgartown"
One September morning I went to Edgartown for sunrise. It was foggy and thick with mosquitos. I actually felt quite criminal in the dark, parking on a quaint little street in front of some local resident's front door and wandering through a path between two houses. I knew I wasn't going to get a sunrise. But, I also knew that on Martha's Vineyard you could always find something to photograph. It is a photographer's paradise. As I started shooting foggy scenics, herds of men in waders, holding fishing poles and buckets started approaching. "Are they running?" they would ask. "Ummm. I don't know...". I grew up on Cape Cod and there are a few things I should know about, but I don't. 1) Surfing. 2) Golf. 3) Fishing. I caught some good shots that day. I hope those guys got whatever was running. 😀
This image is printed with archival ink on Aurora Art White matte paper. The soft gray tones, slight motion in the fisherman's arms, and tranquil feel to the early morning scene are a perfect match for this unassuming paper.
Available in two sizes:
11"x14" in a 16"x20" 8 ply cotton mat
16"x24" rolled print
16"x24" print ships rolled in a rigid shipping tube. Print is protected with cotton interleave sheet and clear bag.
11"x14" matted print ships sandwiched between two rigid cardboard sheets. Mat and print are protected in a clear bag.