Since deciding in on focusing almost entirely now on kayaking for an extended unknown period of time, I have found many added benefits to go along with my new found fondness for paddling. Photography is one of them. Clearly by many of the photos posted here on the new webpage by other fellow kayakers, similar interest appears to be widespread just as well. Personally, I have always routinely enjoyed taking pictures no matter where I go, or during whatever I am doing, but since actively taking up kayaking, it has only expanded to my own personal collection of pictures taken immensely.
Take for example an old, historic cruise liner that has been docked for years now on the Delaware River waterfront here in Philadelphia. Since its arrival back in 1996, I have driven by this ship many times and obtained different various views by motor vehicle, but none never that could have compared to what being in a kayak offered for me within the past year. Make no bones about it, the SS United States is a massive vessel - bigger than the Titanic was, but being up close and personal to her like never before, provided the best view and perspective ever to this very day. Some of the photos captured during that visit can be viewed at the following link provided -