Halibut Point

The rocky shore at Halibut Point in Rockport, Masssachusetts at the end of the day:

I’ll have to go back to explore the rocks and the tide pools. The shoreline is eroded granite, here covered with dark kelp. To get to the point, you walk through an old granite quarry – an interesting place.


8 thoughts on “Halibut Point

  1. I’d love to see what you’d do with tidepools. What an exciting prospect! Someday I really want to get out to see this area, although I don’t imagine I’ll be seeing it at dawn as you’ve so beautifully shown it here. That touch of yellow running through enlivens the shot perfectly.

  2. It’s interesting, the way the horizon and the surf line create a triangle of water narrowing to a point a the left. It’s not what your title refers to, but it’s a neat bit of ambiguity in an especially pleasing photo. That sky is fabulous: very much like winter skies here.

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