Dawn on Eggemoggin Reach.
This salt marsh curves its way between Mumford Cove and Groton Long Point, Connecticut.
A lone yacht heads out the Benjamin River into Eggemoggin Reach, in the early morning fog.
This past Sunday there was a terrific article about Mumford Cove (Connecticut) and Long Island Sound in the New York Times. Kirk Johnson tells the story of how Paulann Sheets led the fight to move a sewage treatment plant drain pipe from the cove to the Thames River. As a result, the cove has flourished with eelgrass, scallops, and swans replacing the sea lettuce that had been taking over the cove.
This is one of the most beautiful lighthouses on the IJsselmeer. “The horse of Marken” (Paard van Marken) is located on the traditional Dutch island of Marken.
A bench near my house, in the fall.