This Victorian church building sits on the corner of Jefferson and Tyler. Driving Uptown I’ve seen that red door for years. I finally stopped to photograph it.
The Cielo Mare is the second largest sport fishing boat in the US at 127 feet. It was just launched in the Port Townsend Boat Haven harbor.
Okay, so it’s another shot of the same basic subject. This is taken from the Haller Fountain steps at the start of Sunday’s public movie.
This is a picture of my new house, obviously still under construction, but close to completion. The entire building is only a bit over 400 square feet. It’s small but the idea of simplifying is very appealing. I do have to say that the architect, Ross Chapin designs a lot of usability into small spaces. In Port Townsend speak, it’s a very upscale “shed boy” home.
I was driving home and stared at this incredible sky for a couple of minutes before I just had to pull over and take a shot. This is looking west on Hastings Ave near the Port Townsend city limits.
We live on a peninsula. You can get here without taking this bridge on State Highway 104, but from anywhere north of SeaTac airport it’s a long drive around. This view is looking east towards the Kitsap Peninsula.
Every time I go the the hardware store I stop and look over this board. I don’t remember ever calling anybody because of what I saw, but there’s always the hope that there will be something wonderful.
Okay, I’m a sucker for sunset photos. I keep telling myself that I have enough and don’t need to take another. I just can’t help myself. This one is from North Beach at Fort Worden State Park.
This fellow was out early to fish off Point Wilson in front of the lighthouse.