The Jervis Bay

The Jervis Bay docked at the Port of Olympia

The Jervis Bay docked at the Port of Olympia

It seems that these days everything has to have a little controversy around it, and the Port of Olympia is not exception to that.  Some people dislike the cargoes that are being moved in and out of the port.  Others dislike the additional traffic that move through downtown to get that cargo to and from the port, while others seem to simply dislike there being commerce occurring at at a commercial seaport.  I am not going to comment on this beyond saying that I personally believe that anything that brings commerce to mid and small towns is a good thing, and I like seeing ships, such as the Jervis Bay pictured here, at the dock in Olympia.

I actually made this image this past summer while out evaluating my newly acquired Sony 70-200 f4 lens attached to one of my Sony a6000 bodies.  I actually made this image the same night as the image I recently posted of the Capitol building closeup.

As always, I do hope that you enjoy this image, and if you would like to see a larger version of it, simply click on the image and it will take you to the gallery that it is hosted from.

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2 Comments

  1. Mike Criswell October 27, 2015 at 5:05 pm #

    Love the compression in this one Scott
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  2. Toad Hollow Photo December 11, 2015 at 11:11 am #

    LOVE this shot, Scott, what wonderful details, tones and features!!! I found myself drawn into this frame where I discovered more and more elements that captured my eye… really well done!
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