I thought you might be interested in seeing what kind of activity can occur on the Puget Sound early on a Sunday morning. The image was taken two weeks ago from the moorage area in the Town of Manchester with the City of Seattle showing in the background.
I have posted photos taken from this same location at other times. Though the Seattle skyline doesn't change noticeably, everything else does; light, wildlife, ships, people, weather and mood. Turning sharply to my right was another tanker, which I will post later.
There is something quite eerie about standing on a small floating marina walkway taking photos of moving ships which appear as large or larger than the skyline in the distance. Unsettling. It seems I never get used to it. If in search of a way to feel quite small, this spot will do it.
Another Sunday dawning at Manchester is only hours away.