Prince of Tides

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Prince of Tides

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Original (SOLD)
18½ x 23½ pastel on pastel paper
completed September 9, 2013
released July 1, 2014

Giclée Prints
25 very limited edition Gallery prints
100 limited edition Studio prints
          17" x 20" wood frame with charcoal finish and pearl white mat
Open edition Portfolio prints
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You pick out your swimsuit, fill your pack with the essentials - sunscreen, phone, snacks, water, and for some perhaps lube - and then set out on your long, hot trek across the salt marsh. It’s not an easy hike, but when you finally arrive and climb up and over the burning sands of the dunes, your journey is rewarded by a beautiful isolated beach on a gorgeous day, a relaxed atmosphere to share with your fellow gays. Swimsuits optional.

The Moors - Herring Cove Beach Access Trail leads from Rt 6A, Province Lands Road to the gay part of Herring Cove Beach. There's no sign for the trail, but just look for the parked bikes. Depending on the tide and your route, the journey can range from wet sand to almost waist deep water. Sure, you could go down to the main entrance where there's parking and restrooms, but the hike is totally worth it. A beautiful crowd- and family-free beach. Just your fellow gays.