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Overcast warm winter days . . . they’re not give relief but also present interesting light.

Two tugs and the large barge approached, and truth be told, when I first saw the scene above I thought I might be looking at Millville pushing 1964.  Alas no.

I love this portal created in this light . . . although some New Jersey fumes lingered in that same atmosphere.

 

No, that’s not a s*…h*… slur on all of New Jersey; I’m just talking about the atmosphere, the air quality that morning in those meteorological conditions down by that area of the Kills.

I’ve remarked before how I’m impressed by the family tribute in the naming of this barge.  I’ve had two colleagues die of this disease, and it is truly cruel.

All photos by Will Van Dorp, who hopes the fight is successful and soon.

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