These are just some of my other shots while waiting for ships.
An airplane flew overhead. I think this is a commuter airplane but I'm not sure what kind. The plane is a Bombardier Dash 8 (thanks to an alert reader). It is a turbo prop commuter aircraft that was introduced by DeHavilland in 1983. DeHavilland Canada was found as a subsidiary of its British counterpart in 1928. During World War II, they produced the Mosquito fighter-bomber which was one of the fastest planes built in World War II. After the war, they produced a number of passenger aircraft and they were acquired by Bombardier in 1992.
A group of seagulls ride the ice floe down the river.
The Arthur M. Anderson photobombs a picture of a pair of tugs. The one on the right is the Captain Keith and the other is a work tug. Both are owned by Malcolm Marine.
The tug/barge combination Norman McLeod/Everlast. They are unloading stuff at the plant in Sarnia.
The tugs without a ship in the background. I kind of liked the reflection off the ice.
I think this is a redhead duck.
I made a brief stop in Detroit. I was hoping to get a decent shot of the Algomarine as she was in the Belle Isle anchorage. She wasn't really in a good spot.