K and M In Galilee by Keith R Wahl, Made From RI Gallery

December 22, 2020  •  Leave a Comment

Here I approach a subject in opening a new section of the Made From RI Gallery portfolios. "Fishing Vessels". Fishing vessels represent both a type of vessel and a way of life. These are families who take a profession that feeds those of us ashore. It is a subject that deserves its own category.

In this particular series, patchy fog dominates the photographs. At this moment, the fog has lifted. The milky morning sunlight is glinting off the stern dragger's doors.

By the by, I often shoot vessels in series. It's a habit I developed at the age of ten with a ferry on Cape Cod (the first photos of mine displayed).

K and M In Galilee 1

KandMInGalilee1_20200926_850_3101K and M In Galilee 1A stern dragger arrives in the Port of Galilee. The morning shows patchy (seen over the opposite shore in Jerusalem). At this moment, the fog has partially lifted, the morning sun glinting on the doors of the vessel.

K and M In Galilee 2

KandMInGalilee2_20200926_850_3102K and M In Galilee 2A stern dragger arrives in the Port of Galilee. The morning shows patchy (seen over the opposite shore in Jerusalem). At this moment, the fog has partially lifted, the morning sun glinting on the doors of the vessel.

K and M In Galilee 3

KandMInGalilee3_20200926_850_3103K and M In Galilee 3A stern dragger arrives in the Port of Galilee. The morning shows patchy (seen over the opposite shore in Jerusalem). At this moment, the fog has partially lifted, the morning sun glinting on the doors of the vessel.

K and M In Galilee 4

KandMInGalilee4_20200926_850_3104K and M In Galilee 4A stern dragger arrives in the Port of Galilee. The morning shows patchy (seen over the opposite shore in Jerusalem). At this moment, the fog has partially lifted, the morning sun glinting on the doors of the vessel.

A stern dragger arrives in the Port of Galilee. The morning shows patchy (seen over the opposite shore in Jerusalem). At this moment, the fog has partially lifted, the morning sun glinting on the doors of the vessel.

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Photo from our Made From RI Gallery portfolio display "Fishing Vessels" (all photos are available as prints, canvas wraps, framed works, cards, or many other formats).

 


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