It's clear from the air that peak power boating season is over and fall sailing is in full swing. These are some of our favorite boating days of the year with the drop in humidity and temperatures and the brilliant blue skies. The shoreline also starts to get colorful as the leaves change. The landing path doesn't take you right over Annapolis, so I couldn't get a look at the power boat show downtown. I missed it this year, but my husband and I typically take in the show for our anniversary which always falls on the same weekend.
|Looking toward Baltimore/Key Bridge|
|Upper Magothy with Patapsco and Baltimore at the top|
|Home Sweet Home. Labels that are hard to make out are |
Broadneck High to right and Bay Hills Golf Course in the foreground
|Dobbins Island with Gibson Island behind|
|Looking out the Magothy toward the Bay|
Here are a couple others of the Magothy - looking down on Dobbins (at the very bottom of the first picture and further right in the second). Note the dark spot in the water in the two pictures. I asked Henry what he thought they were. His first enthusiastic guess was a monster in the Magothy, but upon further inspection, we both decided it must be the shadow of my airplane. Cool! Although he thought a monster would have been cooler.
|Airplane shadow to right of small island|
|Airplane shadow lower center|