Spinks Neck Beach Vibrance (Select the photo to see in a larger format)
Spinks Neck Beach VibranceBright sky and clouds over Narragansett Bay
One of the features that the National Park Service discusses in the Grand Canyon is light. There is an emphasis that one stands in a place such as the North Rim long enough, the light changes. Changes in the light change the view of the Grand Canyon in minutes.
This subject of light and the moods they suggest is not limited to the Grand Canyon. They also exist on Narragansett Bay. On any given afternoon, one may wander over an area and view radical changes in light. The clouds cover the sun and there are shading and gaps that reflect the light in a variety of ways. The results range from translucent water to reflective water, to opaqueness.
Is the West Passage of Narragansett Bay the Grand Canyon? No. It's the West Passage of Narragansett Bay. Does Narragansett Bay have the natural wonder of the Grand Canyon? That is what is waiting for discovery. It is impressive.
Buoys At Allen Harbor Entry (Select the photo to see in a larger format)
Buoys At Allen Harbor EntryBuoy markers at the entrance of Allen Harbor
Clouds Over The West Passage (Select the photo to see in a larger format)
Clouds Over The West PassageClouds over the entrance of Allen Harbor
Clouded Over Spinks Neck Beach (Select the photo to see in a larger format)
Clouded Over Spinks Neck BeachClouds over Spinks Neck Beach
Clouds Over Calf Pasture Point (Select the photo to see in a larger format)
Clouds Over Calf Pasture PointClouds over Allen Harbor and Calf Pasture Point on the West Passage of Narragansett Bay
Early Season Boat Passage (Select the photo to see in a larger format)
Early Season Boat PassageA boat passing Calf Pasture Point on the West Passage of Narragansett Bay early in the boating season
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