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Here was 29. (The apostrophe is making me lose count.)
Below . . . just in this morning from Ashley Hutto . . call this “can’t sleep ’til I get to Brooklyn.”
From Jason Padgett high above Broad Street about a week and a half ago, part of a submarine on a barge entering the East River, and
from Jonathan Steinman, the same unit a little farther up the East River. A little over two years ago, Birk Thomas took these of a similar cargo.
And from a secret salt . . . some months back, it MAY be the same tug as seen in dry dock but what would be a submarine perspective.
From along the Maas and taken by Fred Trooster last week, it’s the restored tug Elbe.
From another secret salt . . . these are sixth boro waters to be kept in mind whenever you’re tempted to swim here.
The world is full of secret salts, another of whom sent this photo of Louisiana vessel with an intriguing name.
And finally, a photo I took . . . of a scrapyard with an alarming name, until you accept that it might be another language.
Thanks much to Ashley, Jason, Jonathan, Fred, and all the secret salts who send me photos. And finally . . . a photo I took myself, and I’ll leave you to guess where, a photo that goes along with an article Elizabeth sent me recently about an invasive species in Colombia.