Some kayaks tied to the dock as seen from the forest.
Fishermen and pelican alike, gone fishing.
A shot in the middle of the day looking down the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Towpath, in Georgetown.
Empty dock at Tenakee Spring, Alaska with a selenium tone.
This is one of the many buildings within the original Fort Edmonton, Alberta.
This skeleton of a boat is under construction at Fort Edmonton Park.
This is the Harbor at Lunenburg, Nova Scotia. It was incredibly overcast and the colors were amazing.
This is a humpback tail in the Atlantic Ocean processed in sepia.
Talk about paradise. This restaurant had an amazing view of it and great beer.
On a gorgeous evening on the island of Kauai, this catamaran sails towards the setting sun.
This small rowing boat was tied to the tree at a small boat harbor in Kauai. I processed it in in a slight sepia with an aged feel to it.
The Crown Prince sits in the calm port ready to depart on a Salmon Fishing trip that would have us see many whales.
A boat sits on a Zanzibar beach here as both the tide and sun leave.
On the beaches of Zanzibar Island, there is no shortage of paradise. Including soft white sand, very hot weather and places to eat and grab a cold one.
This boat, the Spirit of Freedom, was tied up just off the beach. They use this for the snorkeling trips on the northern tip of Zanzibar Island.
The sun sets here over Zanzibar, Tanzania.
This is what salmon fishing looks like off the back of a boat in the Icy Straights of Alaska.
A boat sits parked in a little garage in the port at Juneau, Alaska.
This is a black and white take on paradise. I think it was 37 degrees Celsius when I took this.
I am not exactly sure what the process is here. But they were carefully burning the hull of this boat as a form of maintenance.