Photo by Christine Wysocki/CBF Staff. For a full, interactive view of this image, click here!
"My name is Christine and I work in the Communications department at the Chesapeake Bay Foundation. Living most of my life in Maryland near the Severn, Magothy, and South Rivers, I have a deep fondness for the water and the food, peace, and fun that it provides. I am moved by the Bay’s natural beauty on a daily basis, and so thankful to live here in the watershed. This photo was taken atop CBF’s Fox Island education center in early September of this year. Our department was on a three-day planning retreat and this was my first-ever time at this location. I had been told about how these field experiences have transformative powers and was amped to finally be experiencing it all for myself! Armed with only a smart phone and a neat panorama capturing app, I climbed up to the roof and stood on a small wooden landing known as the crow's nest where I was able to rotate for a unique 360-degree view of the horizon."
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