The marina had been cloaked in heavy fog for most of the morning. It’s just lifting here.
Another boat related shot. These small boats lined up nicely on the beach, just crying out to be photographed.
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Last Saturday members of area photo clubs visited Port Townsend to photograph boats. It seemed like a fun activity to get involved with. I got to see other’s views of the city. Got to take some photos, myself.
It’s been a pretty foggy summer, at least the mornings have been. One of the side effects of fog is to give scenes like this a great sense of distance. I feel like I’m looking at something very far away.
Dawn breaks on Point Hudson Marina. It has been unusually empty this year. Perhaps it’s the economy.
Pygmy makes kit boats, mostly kayaks. Kayaks are inherently attractive, but the wood used in the construction of these makes them beautiful. The shop is next to the Point Hudson Marina.
Residents of Hood’s Head leave their boats across the bay near the parking area. I caught this photo just before sunrise.
Early morning and just the slightest bit of fog hazes the view across the water. The marina is part of the Inn at Port Hadlock, known to long time locals as the Old Alcohol Plant, a title the new owners dislike, but it’s hard to change old habits.