All these photos come from bowsprite, who is known to scale the cliffs and trees of lower Manhattan to photograph and sketch the ships go by. From auspicious time to time, she shares her photos with me, as she did recently.
Northbound . . . Stad Amsterdam in formation with a sludge tanker.
The Intermarine vessel (Industrial Echo taken on April 6) is evidence of expansion of wind power generation upriver. Thanks to David Silver for identifying the ship.
As we move through these photos, bowsprite must have descended the trees or cliffs, because here she’s incorporated early spring arboreal detail into her compositions . . . Gran Couva (with “lower” Jersey City) and
Afrodite and Stad Amsterdam and
For the current tip of bowsprite’s opus, click here. For the most recent tugster post showing her work, click here. Her photos clearly show the variety of large vessel traffic northbound between Manhattan and Jersey City/Hoboken.
I am grateful to bowsprite for her permission to use these photos. To see and buy her work online, click here.