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As I hiked along the KVK today, it seemed for a while that half at least the boats were K-Sea white with red and mustard trim. Of course, I’m known for the gift of selective vision. Not all the fotos below were taken today, but the enjoy the fotos.
First sea: Greenland Sea.
Nathan E. Stewart (2) nearer and (I believe) Lincoln Sea (3) farther off at the dock.
Nathan E. passing aframax Eagle Beaumont escorted by Marjorie B. McAllister.
at the dock in Bayonne last week, and
back on the far side of Sanko Venture today.
Check out the color-coded piping on the barge Columbia. What word do I fail to make out on the hull: looks like S – A – U . . . .
Slinging the barge around today was Baltic Sea (5) .
Sixth sea is Houma . . although it’s not Houma Sea.
And the seventh sea
is Ross Sea, definitely surfing a sloping KVK today. Might it have been camera operator inclination?
So I’ve stopped counting. Tasman Sea.
All fotos by Will Van Dorp.
Final shot: a color-adjusted (but not Warholized) foto of Davis Sea.