My first fall shoot turned out to be very productive for 2 1/2 hours on the KVK. There were tugs, ships, barges, a buoy tender and more, a steady flow of traffic.

Moran has painted the “M” on the stacks of Gramma Lee and Laura K pink for Breast Cancer Awareness; and I was able to catch both of them.

Gramma Lee T Moran with her “Pink M”. Photo by John Skelson

Ever Decent headed for Port Elizabeth. Photo by John Skelson

Charles A, a first time sighting. Photo by John Skelson

Caitlin Ann pushing a Crane Barge. Photo by John Skelson

Atlantic Coast headed for the Upper Bay.

MSC Pamela headed for Howland Hook Terminal. Photo by John Skelson

NYK Demeter also headed in. Photo by John Skelson

Resolute passing Miriam Moran. Photo by John Skelson

USCG Buoy Tender headed to set a new buoy. Photo by John Skelson

Zachery Reinauer. Photo by John Skelson

McAllister Girls. Photo by John Skelson

Mary H. Photo by John Skelson

Laura K Moran with her Pink “M”. Photo by John Skelson

Larry J Herbert. Photo by John Skelson

 

All these photos but the last one were taken on Sept 24… Keep ship spotting, you never know what you will see!

All photos by John Skelson, generously shared with the Working Harbor Committee

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