Our last sealift ship for the year steamed into the bay this morning. I was actually able to watch through my classroom window this morning. After a quick staff meeting, many colleagues were off to sign for and pick up their orders. I popped down to the water front to get a few last pictures and lend a hand.
After getting a shot of the ship, I glanced down into the water and noticed an interesting piece of seaweed somehow eeking out its existence in the frigid water. I'm used to seeing ice when I look out over the water and don't usually associate seaweed with water this far north. The clarity of the water makes for quite a sight.
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