Port Townsend Paper is the only large industry in Port Townsend … there are many jobs in the marinas, but nothing on the scale to match the mill. This photo was taken from the Larry Scott Trail.
One of the things that I miss with the virus having closed the Canadian border is the ability to visit Victoria, BC. The trip is just a ferry ride … and the cost is cheap if you walk onboard … and the ferry terminal is in the main harbor in Victoria.
The old areas of town are a great location for photo shoots. Plenty of interesting visuals. I loved this claustrophobically narrow alley and one of the doorways that opens off it.
Small towns offer a lot of interesting photo opportunities. This was taken well before any social distancing was required … but there certainly isn’t any crowding in towns like this.
- Camera: Nikon Df
- Lens: Nikkor 28-300mm set at 85mm
- ISO 400 1/3200 sec f/5.0
This was taken before social distancing, when I was on a walking photo shoot in downtown Seattle. We went to the upper floors of the Seattle Public Library and this was looking back down to the street.
Camera: Holga Film: T-Max 400
The warm color is from the setting sun. The building in the foreground is a private residence, the clock tower in the background is the Jefferson County Courthouse.
- Camera: Nikon D850
- Lens: Nikkor 28-300mm set at 170mm
- ISO 400 1/500 sec f/11