Kayaking Photo Highlights of 2011

By Vladimir Brezina

Looking back over our kayaking adventures of 2011, here’s a calendar of photos from the most memorable trips of each month…



We narrowly avoid a “Titanic” moment on a trip through icy New York Harbor. (More photos here.)


Someone is home! Houseboats in the Gowanus Canal. (More photos here.)


We encounter a porpoise in New York Harbor. (More photos here, story here.)


Beaufort Force Zero in Long Island Sound. (More photos here and here.)


A foggy morning at our camp in the Hudson Highlands on a trip down the Hudson River from Albany to New York City. (More photos here, story here.)


I escort Liz Fry past Romer Shoal Light on her double Ederle Swim. (More photos here, story here.)


We return through Chatham Harbor from a “circumnavigation” of Monomoy Island on Cape Cod. (More photos here and here, full story still to come!)


Lance Ogren at Sandy Hook following his record-breaking Ederle Swim. (More photos here, story here.)


Spraybow! We pass Fireboat 343 in the Hudson River at the beginning of a trip to Sandy Hook. (More photos here, story here.)


We pass the wreck of the Binghamton on a trip up the Hudson River along the Palisades. (More photos here, story here.)


A view of Manhattan at sunset as we return from a trip to Sandy Hook. (Photos and story still to come!)


Johna and friends return to Pier 40 from another sunset trip, this time up the Hudson.

7 responses to “Kayaking Photo Highlights of 2011

  1. Fantastic photos, what a year you have had. Wishing you both a very happy 2012. x Ailsa


  2. Johna Till Johnson

    Thanks, Ailsa! All the best for 2012!


  3. Great images! All so vivid and colorful but I particularly like the April image. Thanks for sharing.


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