01 Jun 11. Here is another from the series shot at Fisherman's Terminal. The image is a portion of the boat (Scorpio) on the left in the image that was a pale blue (badly in need of paint) that I sent a couple days back. Well, not an actual part of the vessel, but stacked on the deck. The vessel is a double keeled barge that is capable of beaching itself and then backing off once again. The owners live in Anacortes, WA, and dad is teaching son to take over the business. I had the opportunity to chat with dad last evening while doing some night work and it turns out they will be moored in Kingston while I'm over working on the property, so I may try for some more shots of the boat then. This image is obviously an HDR effort and a subject that I thought would render well a bit on the garish side. I played with it in a few different HDR programs, all of which rendered it differently, but in the end I really liked this heavy handed approach best of all. The right hand edge might be cropped a bit tighter to further emphasize the crab pots, but I felt that including a bit of the bow helped in identifying what it is you are seeing. ISO 200; 1/160 sec @ f / 16.