A few images ... all taken from home ...
|July 14, 2020 5:49 AM|
UNUSUAL - 2 Freighters in view in line.
Both are northbound.
The distant vessel departed Tacoma, WA earlier.
The near vessel departed Port of Seattle Freight Terminal
about 5 AM.
SM Line has an excellent website HERE.
For those of you who are new to John's Island here's a brief intro: I've been blogging for about 10 years now. This blog is a sort of digital journal for me. I enjoy photography and using it to capture images so I can keep a record of interesting things I've seen and places I've visited. I also enjoy watching all the maritime activity out on Puget Sound, part of the waterway that connects Seattle to the Pacific Ocean. The Elliott Bay part of Puget Sound is right out my front window. My favorite photo subjects are big ships, nature scenes, and especially the ever changing skies.
|March 5, 2020|
NYK Line arriving
It is unusual for a container ship to anchor overnight out by the Marina. They usually go directly to the freight terminal for unloading and loading.
|Night and Day|
May 29, 2020
Left ... 4:43 AM
Right ... 5:50 AM
NYK Line freighter at anchor near Elliott Bay Marina
While the water has been rough at times, the skies continue to be beautiful at times as well.
|February 29, 2020|
|March 7, 2020|
|March 8, 2020|
Caught a great LIGHT PILLAR on March 14th
|March 14, 2020|
6:58 PM - Almost due west from home.
I put up a feeder for the hummingbirds. Love watching these little birds!
|July 3, 2020|
|I know some will fault me for catching them at the feeder ...|
it is pretty easy. But these little birds are fast.
I Googled "how fast hummingbirds can fly" and got 49 MPH. Wow!