Thursday, June 23, 2011


Chincoteague lies off the far eastern coast and outer banks of Virginia. This area is dotted with small...some remote islands that depend on the water taxi. He is their connection to the world outside of their door...just beyond the dock and the Atlantic horizon.

The time I spent there flooded me with the memories of the daily existence. The salty taste on my skin from ocean spray, the texture and smell of fresh caught oysters and visions of wild ponies with herons resting on their backs as they grazed among the interior wetlands.

For a Midwest land locked boy like was a world unlike any I had seen before. But what a wonderful world it was.



dianne said...

A beautiful photograph dear Dan.

xoxoxo ♡

DawnTreader said...

Wonderful photo.

Heather T. said...

I can't pronounce the word, Dan ;) Beautiful photo.

MaryL said...

Thank you for the lovely, peaceful photo and post... makes me want to visit :)

Dan Felstead said...

Thank you was taken at the "golden hour" right before favorite time to take pictures.


Dan Felstead said...

Thanks dawn Treader...pull this picture off my site and print it out for yourself....we need the peacefulness of this picture right now.


Dan Felstead said...

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Dan Felstead said...

Mary, it is truly a nice peacefull area. If you google Chincoteague or can see other shots of the area as well with the wild ponies.


Cynthia L. H. said...

Wondrous. ;^) You've reminded me of something that was stuck in the far recesses of the brain. ;^) (There are a lot of those.) ;^-
I read "Misty of Chincoteague" as a child. It was one of my favorite books. I shall have to find it and read it again. ;^)