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In August 2007, while reading about K-Sea history, I wrote a post called “… Ancestry” that featured Davis, Falcon, Taurus, and Lincoln. In response to an email a few days ago, here are some recent shots of three of the four. Here’s Davis Sea with barge Oyster Bay on the AK as the setting sun illuminates the cranes in Bayonne.
Different shot, different November day with Davis light.
Here’s Falcon one early morning in late September.
And this of Falcon frothing past Lee T. Moran and
from July when
Falcon squeaked past a 6400-car carrier with a great name (speaks German).
Taurus I’ve seen but not foto’d since the June solstice. You may recall Taurus dancing with Mary A. Whalen. Here are two fotos not previously used.
You might recall how it pirouetted into a narrow space with the Portside ambassador on its hip. If not, check out “A Local Shift,” exactly a half year ago.
Lincoln? Must be off on deepwater or stealth assignment, as I haven’t spotted it in a long time. Anyone tell of Lincoln‘s range these days?