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Gooseneck Cove @ Hazard Road
Narragansett Bay

This photo was taken from Hazard Road which bisects the back end of Gooseneck Cove in Newport, RI.  The road figured prominently in the recent environmental restoration of the cove by Newport and Rhode Island's Save the Bay organization.  Tidal flow was increased with a new culvert and the phragmites grass which had nearly choked the life from the east end of the cove was reduced to near zero.  We had fun taking the photo and met an interesting array of local folks as they enjoyed the cove's newly restored beauty. Read more about our experience taking this photo on our blog at www.vrjourney/blogspot.com .

Copyright: Christopher Blake
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 14768x7384
Taken: 25/07/2009
Uploaded: 27/07/2009
Updated: 02/03/2015


Tags: gooseneck; cove; newport; marsh; restoration; culvert; hazard; road; nature
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