Here’s a gallery of [what strike me as] especially noteworthy images from 3 days of exploring, mostly on the Port Clyde side of Marshall Point (though there are a few from Drift Inn, from March 5th). Among other things thought as I made the page, some remind me of Walker Evans’ stealth photographs on the New York subway: people caught unguarded, thinking their own thoughts. And why not imagine that rocks think their own thoughts, just perhaps more slowly than people do.
Some need titles, or explanation, but I leave that for another time. At the moment, the set is basically for my own contemplation of the results of 3 very intense sessions in new territory.