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For the previous 22 posts, click here. So what would you call this approaching craft?  What’s your estimate of the height of those “legs?”

 

It’s a liftboat.

Her destination was the VZ Bridge, and sure enough, upon arrival

Seacor Supporter stopped her forward movement

less than a quarter mile from the bridge.

and began lowering her 200′ spuds.

For the specifics on this vessel, click here.

Supporter is one of almost two dozen lifeboats operated by Seacor.  Anyone know the job she’s here to do?

The fishing kayak . . .?

is unrelated to this post, but may appear in a future post.

All photos taken yesterday by Will Van Dorp.

 

Here was 8.  And here was yesterday.   The photo from yesterday–below–shows the near VZ Bridge footprint, and the far footprint can be seen

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here in a photo from a few weeks ago.    This morning, as I’m waking up, looks clear like the next few photos.

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It’s C. Angelo towing Sea Shuttle.  Part of the joy of photographing the same geography repeatedly is seeing the difference made by factors like weather and

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time of day.

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Here’s a dramatic weather photo taken somewhere in the Gulf of Mexico by Capt. Aeolus.  It reminds me of dramatic weather here . .  scroll through . .  from a “road fotos” post I did about three years ago.

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And speaking of the road . . .  I have some major gallivants coming up very soon.

Thanks to Aeolus for the photo above;  all others by Will Van Dorp.

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