Leaving Whitbey Island

We had to close up canvas in a light rain which is never fun, but we were eager to move on to new adventures. We arrived at the Coupeville-Port Townsent ferry over an hour early. They waved us in line for an earlier crossing then reserved with time to get a cup of coffee and a bagel at the diner across the street.

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Rain continued to fall lightly and fog and low lying clouds muted everything; one of those monochromatic days when the water, mountains, and clouds flow into each other. I have found if I don’t expect sunshine for my photography, I enjoy whatever comes my way.

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  1. Love the sharp lines in that reflection of the last picture Pat .. and water shots can be a whole lot more atmospheric anyhow without bright sunlight šŸ˜‰

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  2. You just made grey really interesting. I can get lots of grey shots here in Ireland. I just never try it for fear of it looking dull. But your pics are inspiring.

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    • Thanks – I’ll look forward to seeing some foggy Ireland shots. I visited Ireland, Scotland, and England in January so I know how grey it can be. When I think of Ireland I think of misty coastlines, not sunshine. šŸ™‚

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