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Trenta After Twilight

"Thanks, Jack and Andrew. I'm using a Sony A-9 MkII these days, and the lens in this case is a Sigma 105mm f/2.8 macro."
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Jack Dryden commented on Scott Saulsbury's photo
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Trenta After Twilight

"Great photo Scott"
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Andrew Priest (Aushiker) commented on Scott Saulsbury's photo
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African Lark Shuttle

"Thanks Scott. It will be interesting to see if you get more details. Another thought did occur to me and that was if there was a need to pay fees in advance?"
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Andrew Priest (Aushiker) commented on Scott Saulsbury's photo
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Trenta After Twilight

"Fantastic shot Scott. What camera and lens used?"
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Trenta After Twilight

Shot at about 22:30 local time, which is really quite dark. ISO 1600 on a tripod... testing the limits of the sensor and post-processing abilities.
yesterday
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New Ability & Elisalex Schulte

"Very nice! The juxtaposition of sizes, the action of the water, the inclusion of the open sea... they all add up to a really nice shot!"
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African Lark Shuttle

"Thanks, Andrew.  For many berths upriver, hold cleaning and inspection is required, but that's usually for potential food-products. Soft white wheat (think "noodles") is probably the biggest single commodity to leave this river…"
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Andrew Priest (Aushiker) commented on Scott Saulsbury's photo
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African Lark Shuttle

"Nice capture Scott. Is there a requirement to clean the holds? We have a lot of bulkers sitting off the coast in Gage Roads as they have to have their holds cleaned either before taking on a load or after discharging one."
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Island Spirit Stern

"Nice transom povcapture Scott."
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Andrew Priest (Aushiker) commented on Scott Saulsbury's photo
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Island Spirit Broadside

"Nice capture Scott."
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Howard - Liverpool commented on Scott Saulsbury's photo
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Island Spirit Stern

"Nice perspective Scott"
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African Lark Shuttle

"Great shot Scott"
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Howard - Liverpool commented on Scott Saulsbury's photo
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African Lark

"Very nice - the tiny bit of foreground makes all the difference"
Jun 18

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Posted on April 2, 2017 at 23:51 1 Comment

I'm fortunate to have a couple of friends who own a bed-and-breakfast in a truly amazing location. 

We visited near sunset a couple of days ago to catch up a bit, and in the course of the conversation, Rafael extended an open invitation to make use of their spot for photography, weather they're home or not.

Something tells me that I'll be taking him up on that offer.…

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Astoria's Anchorage in Visual Context

Posted on January 29, 2017 at 2:13 1 Comment

This is typically the westernmost spot in the anchorage off Astoria, but there are several other spots abreast of what is considered to be downtown, and there is now extended capacity that reaches 10km or more upstream. 

Evening light aside, this the basic scene I see every day on my way to work.…

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It's almost Christmas morning here...

Posted on December 25, 2016 at 7:04 0 Comments

Another Local Documentary, This One Quite Current

Posted on October 21, 2016 at 21:00 0 Comments

Oregon Field Guide / Bar Pilots

I'm not sure why the accompanying text for this post disappeared, but I'll try again...

The link is to a nicely-produced local Public Television show that aired recently. The first segment covers bar pilot operations off the mouth of the Columbia River.

The second segment isn't maritime or aviation-related at all, but if you're interested at all in what…

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