The passion for sailing can be found in many-a seaside town and city – locations where the waters are used for both livelihood and recreation. Photography in Newport RI captures this relationship very well. It isn’t very hard to do, as the waters around Newport are put to full use by the locals, especially those with a love of sailing. This maritime city has coastlines forming its borders on the west, south and east. Newport’s harbors teem with commercial fishing boats, as well as with power and sail vessels used for pleasure.In recognition of the obvious connection between the city and sea, Newport is often called “The City by the Sea” or “The Sailing Capital of the World”.At any of its numerous sailing events an expert in Photography in Newport RI can pick up some really good shots from the shoreline. If you want to really be a part of the action, however, then you have to go where the action is – and that’s out on the water. Of course, it will call for the appropriate equipment and all due regards to safety, but if you are willing to take the plunge (pun totally intended) then some pretty awesome shots, like the one above, are waiting for you. To the far left is boat number 18/8. Aboard is 21-year-old Emirati, Adil Khalid. The competition is the 2nd Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Championships in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (UAE). It is hosted by the Emirates Heritage Club and the UAE Sailing and Rowing Federation. The image shows man and boat taking on the wind, waves, elements and their fellow competitors in a show of skill, strength and determination. Shrouded in the haze and mist of the background are what appear to be the Etihad Towers – lingering just out of reach, like elusive trophies.