I’m primarily a reporter and writer, but I also do my own photography when needed. I work with Nikon cameras and lenses.

Here are some of my favorites.

 

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Anne Arundel County firefighters operate a hose from a ladder truck while fighting a three-alarm fire at a plastics company in Baltimore Highlands, Baltimore County.

 

Chesapeake Bay oyster survey, photo by multimedia journalist and environment reporter Pamela Wood.
Chesapeake Bay oyster survey aboard the Miss Kay.
Dredging for oysters on a Chesapeake Bay skipjack, photo by multimedia journalist and environment reporter Pamela Wood.
Crewmember Kelly Sullivan drops one of the dredges in the water as soon as the sun peeks out over the horizon, at 6:57 a.m. The Hilda M. Willing is the last working skipjack on the Western Shore of the Chesapeake Bay.
Mast of a Chesapeake Bay skipjack, photo by multimedia journalist and environment reporter Pamela Wood.
Hoops hold the mainsail to the mast of the skipjack Hilda M. Willing. The sails rarely are used anymore and never for dredging oysters.The Hilda M. Willing is the last working skipjack on the Western Shore of the Chesapeake Bay.
Chesapeake Bay watermen Patrick Mahoney Jr. and Patrick Mahoney Sr., photo by multimedia journalist and environment reporter Pamela Wood.
Watermen Patrick Mahoney Jr., front, and Patrick Mahoney Sr. keep their eyes on the water as they pull crab pots from the Chesapeake Bay.
Chesapeake Bay osprey, photo by multimedia journalist and environment reporter Pamela Wood.
Naturalist Greg Kearns holds a young osprey in the Jug Bay area of the Patuxent River.
Maryland park ranger, photo by multimedia journalist and environment reporter Pamela Wood.
Portrait of Rusty Ruszin, who retired as the director of the Maryland Parks Service.
Chesapeake Bay watermen, photo by multimedia journalist and environment reporter Pamela Wood.
Watermen endure a hearing on changes to crabbing regulations.
Maryland Natural Resources Police officer and a Chesapeake Bay waterman, photo by multimedia journalist and environment reporter Pamela Wood.
Natural Resources Police Cpl. Catherine Peck talks with waterman Joe Bowles as she measures his oysters while on patrol in the St. Mary’s River in Southern Maryland.

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