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In the vein of the five sightless people describing an elephant while each touching a different part of its body:  leg, tail, trunk, flank, and tusk  and each coming up with radically divergent views of the beast, here’s my attempt to see tugboats from one of many possible unusual angles . . . bow and stern.    Below,  Norwegian Sea, dawn in the north end of Arthur Kill,

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Dace Reinauer, same location, different day and weather,

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Evening Tide leaving east end of KVK,

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Penn No. 6 westbound in KVK,

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Greenland Sea looking to refuel at IMTT Bayonne,

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Mary Turecamo fishtailing in KVK,

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and back to Norwegian Sea in top end of AK.

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Now as for more “new” angles . . . I’m working on it.  If you’re privy to angles off-limits to me, I thank you to take some fotos and send them along.

Unrelated:  A new logbook page has beamed in from obsessed Henry and the Half Moon headed for Cathay 1609.  Check it out here.

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