Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Photo: A Ferry at Sea

It's been more than twenty years now since I've been aboard a ship operated by BC Ferries, so I have no idea what they're like inside - particularly considering that twenty years ago, the Hot Cool Thing was that the ferries had ship-to-shore telephone capacity. What I do know is that some of them, like the relatively new S class ferries, are massive.

I took this photo from Point Roberts, Washington, looking southwest across the Strait of Georgia; I'm not sure if those mountains are on Vancouver Island, Galiano Island, or some other island entirely. I can't tell which of the two S class ferries this one is; even at maximum zoom, it's too far away to clearly get the name.

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