Retired Trolley In the Fog

This old trolley appeared out of nowhere in the fog. It was an early morning when I pulled into the Puget Sound Fidalgo Aquatic Preserve near Anacortes, Washington. The fog was thick and it was quite serene.  A paved road ran through the preserve and there were almost no other cars. After taking a series of pictures of these verdant marshlands, I drove in further to explore. I spotted what appeared to be an old trolley (or something?) and I took this picture. The road runs a few miles long and ends with a Shell Oil Refinery plant. Didn’t foresee that coming!

Fred Gerendasy Photography

About My Prints:  I use only Canon Lucia inks for printing which are archival.  In addition to the printing papers, any future matting and framing materials used, if archival too (with reasonable care), will last 100 years or more. The papers I use almost exclusively are Canson Fine Art Papers and also do not contain brightening agents that decay over time.  For this image, the paper I used is the Canson Rag Photographique, a super smooth, soft surface that enhances its ethereal quality.


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