Fort Ebey

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Washington State Parks remain closed until May 4. Closed today.
Fort Ebey State Park is a public recreation area occupying the site of former Fort Ebey on the west side of Whidbey Island, five miles west of Coupeville in Island County, Washington, United States. Fort Ebey was constructed as a coastal defense fort during the Second World War. Good place to watch aircraft from nearby Naval Air Station Whidbey Island

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Gray and I were walking the Atlantic Avenue, River/Old Harbor Road loop. Visited with the Holsteins.

portion of contact sheet
scanned the negative strips on a flatbed. This the last roll of TriX 35mm/36 I shot.

There have been two rolls of TriX hanging in my darkroom, drying, for years. I cut the film yesterday, discovered images from the summer of 2010. A decade. Fade to black.

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Wish I was in South Carolina today. There would be pictures .


“People who complained that New Hampshire was no place for a presidential primary just haven’t been to South Carolina. The flinty Granite State has its faults, but it looks like an island of tolerance compared with this capital of implacability, fierce fundamentalism and dirty politics.”

Losing Battles (Washington Post, 2/20/2000) Mary McGrory