Images from our January-February 2023 issue

Indian River Inlet, DE
Photo and description by Pamela Aquilani
Waking up hours before sunrise and venturing out for a photo opportunity is not for everyone. Leaving the warmth of my bed to jump into my cold car and stand on icy rocks in the frigid air that February morning would have many questioning my thought process.

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Images from our November-December 2022 issue

Photo by Pamela Aquilani
The Rehoboth Beach Hometown Christmas Parade, presented by the Rehoboth Beach Volunteer Fire Company, is one of the town’s most anticipated events of the year. The Lodge at Truitt Homestead certainly made a fun and festive statement with their entry in last year’s event. Organizers have confirmed Santa will be attending the 2022 parade,

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Images from the Made on the Shore issue — May-June 2022

Milton, DE
Photo and Description by Pamela Aquilani
A dramatic squall makes its way across Prime Hook National Wildlife Refuge. Spring storms often appear to come out of nowhere and can come with dramatic skies, which make for perfect photo opportunities.

Slaughter Beach, DE
Photo and Description by Tony Pratt
Delaware Bay was teeming with horseshoe crabs that come ashore in the spring to lay their eggs on the beach.

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Images from Our One Hundredth Issue — March-April 2022

Middle Island, DE
Photo and Description by Tony Pratt
Spring signals the return of many birds that will settle in on our marshes and shores for breeding season. I caught these egrets challenging each other for a roosting branch as a warm, late- spring sunrise started the day. Such is life in the rookery.         

Oxford, MD
Photo and Description by Jill Jasuta
At Enie and Muriel Throop’s waterfront home in Oxford overlooking Goldsborough Creek (off of the Tred Avon River),

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