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First:  If you haven’t already, check out Bonnie Frogma’s fantastic post on Olympia here.

Foggy, rainy weather shifts my focus to closer range, to detail, like the contents of this gargantuan bucket taking bottom real-estate out to sea;

the swirl of water over the bulbous point of a Romanian-built, newbie 900′ LOA container vessel;

a barge with orange-peel grab and clam-shell head moving

to the dig site along with Weeks 529 towed by Sea Wolf;

the neck of a Matton-built Mary Turecamo;

fairy-dust on the water lower left and Margaret Moran headed for work upper right;

and … finally … my favorite, the cutterhead on GLDD’s Florida surrounded by its own fairy-dust and shepherdessed by Layla Renee.

All rainy, foggy day fotos by Will Van Dorp.

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