Three working ladies idle on their moorings during a Sunday afternoon on the Chester River. Normally all industry, these Chesapeake workboats stand at the ready for an early start on Monday morning.
A few early Canada arrivals enjoy the Havre de Grace sunshine at the Chesapeake’s Susquehanna Flats- famed wintering spot (and hunting Mecca) for migratory waterfowl.
A beautiful Chesapeake morning from the Maritime Republic of Eastport!
A gloomy sky hangs over the graves of the 20 men and boys who died during the Starving Time at Jamestown colony during the winter of 1609-1610. A bleak chapter in Chesapeake history, the Jamestown colony ultimately succeeded unlike other settlements like the Roanoke colony- but scores of European settlers and native people would perish along the way.