tugster: a waterblog
As you know, today is the first full day of spring, and this morning roar man looked like this.
My neighborhood looked like this, and… 92 more words
5 months, 2 weeks ago
Know the location?
I took it from a southernmost point in the Bronx looking eastward toward North Brother Island . . . the brick chimney to the right. 134 more words
9 months, 1 week ago
LNYBL? Gulf of Mexico? North Sea? Persian Gulf? No . . . it’s Lower NY Bay, and these days it’s populated with unusual equipment.
That’s a spudded jackup barge holding… 122 more words
1 year ago
Here was the first in this series.
The first three photos below–Weeks 535 to the left and Weeks 529 to the right–I took on December 3, 2013. 74 more words
1 year, 1 month ago
Just before 0700, Medi Osaka rounded the bend, low in the water as a galleon from the Andean mines. Only two hours before, under darkness, … 175 more words
1 year, 6 months ago
It’s referred to now as Left Coast Lifter, I Lift NY, Ichabod Crane, and others. But I call it arrived and on a glorious if frigid morning. 38 more words
1 year, 7 months ago
Timbuktu? Taudenni? Has tugster gone back way west?
A buried ship?
Nah . . . See the Newark Bay Bridge in the background and if you look carefully just under the open clamshell in the center of the foto, you might spot WTC1 in Manhattan. 157 more words
1 year, 8 months ago