Clean And Clear At The Pier by Keith R Wahl, Made From RI Gallery
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Old piers are places of many stories. The days of steamships landing and watering as they carried passengers. Thousands of fishing adventures. Sunrise personal reflections. Sunset strolls, hand in hand. Moments of taking a lunch break to look at the water. The watching of the storm swept waves crashing.
And sometimes, it is a moment for families to walk together and enjoy a late summer day. It is connecting and talking over the sun and clouds and water. Like my son and I on this day.
This is a place to build memories. And it is a place to come back to and create even more.
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