These were all taken on Smith’s Point this afternoon. The floor of the first house pictured is now several feet over my head. A short time ago, I had to crouch to walk under it. The second photograph shows all that is left from 32 Rhode Island. This cottage was swept away last month. The third photograph shows a well pump that is now visible.

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4 Responses to Erosion on Smith’s Point

  1. Sharon says:

    Good title, Ciel. Soon there will be people there.

    Sharon

  2. Some of your images are very beautiful artistically and others are excellent documentary work, which are beautiful in their own way. It must be quite an experience to watch the awesome and unstoppable forces of nature obliterate the places that people have made their homes, sometimes their whole lives.

  3. Sharon says:

    Thank you so much, David. I appreciate that. The thing I love about having a blog is the ability to show our documentary work. We are working on another website that will be documentary oriented. Of course, we will still do our fine art photography.

    Thanks for the encouragement.

    Sharon

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