The last few days have seen a mix of everything except actual snow and accumulated ice. We did have a significant buildup of hail on several occasions, though.
We’ve even had some sun, though as the afternoon waned today I thought that was over and done.
Still, there was an interesting assortment of ships in the anchorage, so I detoured to the East Mooring Basin on my commute home. I was pleasantly surprised to see the light brightening in the western sky as I made my way out to the breakwater.
But it was fickle and short-lived. The wind rose and fell. Half-hearted showers came and went. The pieces just didn’t fall together in any kind of visual harmony.
It’s arguable that “you had to be there.” But, the river’s surface flattened out, the sun brightened a part of the sky and the Pacific Fantasy and created a fine degree of contrast for the bridge and the tree line in Warrenton, six miles or more away.
The next wave of rain and hail moved in within minutes.
ISO 200, 1/200 @ f/5.6, 70-300 “G” Zoom at 160mm. Handheld, no crop.
This really is best viewed in the larger version (click on the image).