I have always believed that access to water is an essential aspect of travel photography, and for twenty years, I worked on various configurations to allow myself to photograph from my kayak.
My kayak was a heavy beast, and I hauled it on the top of my truck to six U.S. states, three Mexican states and British Columbia. I would often carry my photography equipment in a watertight dry bag, allowing me to paddle in the open ocean with little fear of water damage to my equipment.
The problem was that in most cases, the water I needed to cross was rarely easily accessible from the road.
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