My in-laws are out-of-town (they live a mile away from us on the bay) and we’re caring for their dog every day. This morning we walked over to the bay side (we live on the creek side) and took Savannah (the dog) out for her walk. I captured a few images of the bay this morning, because I’ve never seen this much ice out there. I’ve heard stories of the “old days” when the bay would freeze right across, and now that we’ve experienced this cold snap I realize how cold for how long that would take. Maybe the world is getting warmer. Regardless, here are the photos – several taken from the vantage point of upstairs at my in-laws. Oh – it was 5 degrees F this morning at 0730. . .
These photos were taken with my wife’s point-&-shoot Sony HX7V. I’ve done quite a bit of post-processing on these, as I was shooting into the sun most of the time. Even so, I continue to be impressed with the quality of this little camera. I love my Nikon DSLR too, but this gets phenomenal photos and it fits in your pocket!