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This was the Narrows at 0730 this morning.

I joined the ‘scapegoats for morning contemplation . . . to the east and

north.  That orange tanker down there, they said, had a name I’d find interesting.    But I couldn’t read it yet.

Below us, yacht Dofle Dust was bound for sea past Ratna Shalini.

A closeup showed this was Dodge Island, not Padre Island, as I’d supposed.

The camouflaged goat was too busy scratching to notice that the herd had headed down the slope.

Wow!  SKS Tugela . . . what a name.  i should have gotten a closer-up shot.   And without google, I’d never have know a river by that name exists.

October dawn light is unique as it paints the stern here of Sea Valour.

Here’s a shot looking south  . . .

and another as I walked to catch the ferry.

All fotos by Will Van Dorp, who was actually hoping to catch anything but also Crowley Innovation, which sneaked into the Kills via Raritan Bay.

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