Old School Film Hack

Bound to the Shore


Fishing boats tied up for the night — West Ocean City, Maryland (December 2013)
Sony a7 + 10-18mm


24 thoughts on “Bound to the Shore

    1. Mitch Zeissler Post author

      This is West Ocean City, Maryland. A bit out of the way for most of the tourons that haunt Ocean City proper, this is an actual working dock. The boats sell their daily catches to the hoard of seafood restaurants that are nearby.

      I’m glad that you like it!


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