If you were paying attention in the last post, you knew what the next set of pictures would be. I'm going to do my posts from Saturday in the order that I first saw the ships. This one is going to be a combination of spots where I saw her.
Her giant bow peeks around the Coast Guard station. I knew she was coming, I just didn't think that she was this close.
A sound of her horns as she approaches her fleet mates. No matter how many times I hear them, I think it is cool when the ships sound their horns. She has the shuttle system similar to the Blough and Cort. This means that she can only unload at a couple of ports.
A shot of her full 1004 feet.
The straight out beam shot.
And she continues her way up Lake St. Clair.
Next I caught her from the Canadian side of the St. Clair River. A friend of mine told me that I had to check out the ships from there. Given that I'm shooting with the morning light, I tended to agree with him but I finally got around to checking it out.
Next I caught her in Port Huron. I was back on the American side.