It's that time of the year. Even lighthouses get decked out in spirit of the season. The Concord Point lighthouse at Havre de Grace, MD has a red ribbon with a wreath around it. One can see several photographers on the left side under their umbrellas . The photo was taken on a rainy December evening. I was using a protective clear plastic rain sleeve (Op/Tech USA) for my camera and lens and also covering myself and my photo gear with a small umbrella, just to be sure. The rain sleeve works fairly well under inclement weather conditions and is cheap. One could also improvise and use a plastic bag but it wouldn't be as convenient. I am becoming more comfortable shooting in the rain. The first time that I've used the rain sleeve was last year during a storm in Maine and both I and my gear survived. The second image is of the same lighthouse taken several months earlier in the spring at sunrise. Cheers!
Concord Point Lighthouse on a rainy December eveningConcord Point lighthouse in Havre de Grace, Maryland with a Christmas ribbon around it on a rainy evening. Few photographers under umbrellas are taking photos. Concord Point Lighthouse at sunriseConcord Point Light in Havre de Grace, Maryland, was built in 1827 and is located at the point where the Susquehanna River enters the Chesapeake Bay.