Low Tide by bmac62 ()
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The Mary Hume was built in 1881-82. She sailed into this moorage in 1979 under her own power and hasn't moved since. Her ancient wooden hull lost its ability to float years ago...now at high tide the water rises to the green algae line at the level of her cabin portholes.
Taken in late afternoon at Gold Beach, Oregon.
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Terrific atmosphere in this looming sunset image of the old Mary Hume in shambles, just deteriorating away on the shoals, Bill. And, is that someone in front, possibly an android, with an oar? Also, don't miss my Hughes H-4 Hercules Spruce Goose postings #2 and #3.
Another fine shot (I've posted a couple of this decaying ship quite a while back). Did you get a chance to eat at Anna's while you were in Gold Beach? We ate there Saturday night & had another fine meal of their "nouvelle Canadian prairie cuisine", the best food we've had anywhere on the Oregon coast & a very warm, friendly atmosphere to boot...