Water, water everywhere

One of the fun parts of being an environment reporter is that I am out on the water. A lot.

For some reason, this year I’ve been snapping a lot of cell phone photos of the water. I realized I’ve been to a ton of different water bodies, just in the first few weeks of summer. Here’s a quick look at where I’ve been.

Anacostia River, photo by multimedia journalist and environment reporter Pamela Wood.
Anacostia River at Bladensburg Waterfront Park.
Severn River, photo by multimedia journalist and environment reporter Pamela Wood.
Severn River at Jonas Green Park. (This was actually not for an assignment. I had a long break in the late afternoon and picked up dinner and ate it here. It's a nice gem of a park.)
Rockhold Creek, photo by multimedia journalist and environment reporter Pamela Wood.
Rockhold Creek in Deale. (Sorry this is out of focus.)
Rhode River, photo by multimedia journalist and environment reporter Pamela Wood.
Rhode River at the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center.
Lake Reddington at the Patuxent Research Refuge, photo by multimedia journalist and environment reporter Pamela Wood.
Lake Reddington at the Patuxent Research Refuge.
Choptank River, photo by multimedia journalist and environment reporter Pamela Wood.
Choptank River on a crabbing boat.
Chesapeake Bay, photo by multimedia journalist and environment reporter Pamela Wood.
Chesapeake Bay, as seen from the top of the Thomas Point Shoal Lighthouse.
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