A Day at Sea

The week prior to the Fourth of July holiday weekend began as any, I really didn’t have any plans to celebrate and that’s normally when I get slammed with work.  I received a message from a client that stated he wanted me to be on board a “pirate ship” to photograph it for an upcoming event website.  I wasn’t sure what I would be doing or even where the boat was located.  Once I received my instructions, my excitement built and I realized I would be getting to photograph a beautiful two-mast tall ship.  I love tall ships as they epitomize a time when things were slower and so much calmer.

I arrived at the marina and simply waited for the Captain to tell me when we would be sailing, as we had to wait on the tide.  Finally it was time to board and we headed into the Gulf of Mexico.  Once we were out in the water, I transferred my gear and myself onto a chaser boat.  we circled around and I was able to capture this beautiful ship in full sail.  I heard from the owner/captain of the sail boat a few days later and he was extremely moved by the beautiful images of his beautiful Black Pearl.  I was told this was the first time he had ever seen his vessel in full sail, and it was breath-taking.  I’ll let you be the judge.

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