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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,
Dace Reinauer, same location, different day and weather,
Evening Tide leaving east end of KVK,
Penn No. 6 westbound in KVK,
Greenland Sea looking to refuel at IMTT Bayonne,
Mary Turecamo fishtailing in KVK,
and back to Norwegian Sea in top end of AK.
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.