Cornfields surround this church on Route 104 just south of Yellowbud. It was a challenge trying to find an interesting perspective to frame the building. I felt it was more dramatic keeping the horizon line low from this angle, with the roof appearing to point towards the heavens.
This tower was built during World War II and still stands as the beach erodes and the dunes disappear. I believe it is law that you can not rebuild a home along this stretch of beach when a it gives way to water or weather.
This painting is of an image of Katrina by the Niagara River, on the day I married her mother. Her dress with the floral pattern blended with the foliage and her hat and stockings provided a colorful contrast.