It was a beautiful sunny winter day for the 16th annual Maryland Special Olympics Polar Bear Plunge. Thousands of people descended on Sandy Point State Park, near Annapolis, MD. The event was so big they had two waves of people running into the Chesapeake Bay, at 1:00 and then again at 3:00. Unfortunately I spent the entire day not realizing I had a giant drop of water smack in the middle of my lens. Hopefully you’ll enjoy the photos regardless.

Fahrvergnügen


Generations at the Plunge

Sturdy Support

Refreshed

Jesus on the Chesapeake

Three Seconds Remaining

Blue and Gold for Perryville

Chesapeake Plunge

Run for Shelter

Strong Cowboy

Cold Day at the Beach

Village People on the Beach

More photos available via the plunge2012 tag.

2012 Polar Bear Plunge at Sandy Point Park

Leave a Reply