Kitsap Peninsula, Oct. 2004

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On the ferry from Edmonds to Kingston, looking across at the return ferry back to the mainland, with Seattle and a faint Mt. Rainier in the background.
Approaching the ferry port at Kingston, with the snow-capped Olympics behind.
In Poulsbo, settled largely by Norwegian immigrants.
Where else could you get Lutefisk TV dinners?
Port Gamble was a saw mill community, settled by a large clan from Maine, and deliberately reminiscent of a New England village. Here, water towers.
Clapboard houses along the main street.
The general store, exterior.
Inside the general store. Arrayed around the mezzanine is a rather extensive seashell collection.
While the mill is gone, logs are still collected here for shipping.
A view from the Buena Vista cemetery, pretty indeed.
Another very New England-like view from the cemetery.
A fine old house.
Outbound from the ferry terminal at Kingston.
Three views of "The Mountain": Rainier, with the Seattle skyline in front.
(These pictures are "straight", with no manipulation of the composition; the city and mountain just happen to be in alignment as one leaves Kingston, with the mountain about 75 miles away, and the city 15 miles away. Taken hand-held with the EF 70-200/2.8L lens on a rather windy and shaky deck.)

These pictures were taken with a Canon EOS 10D digital camera. Images were cropped, balanced, etc. with Adobe Photoshop Elements.

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