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Matthew Crace

Bird House

Uri Cogan

Ganges Harbour

Salt Spring Island, British Columbia, Canada

2006:09:23, 15:37 PST

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© 2006 Uri Cogan, All Rights Reserved.

Caption

During the fall equinox weekend, 2006, Ganges Harbour on Salt Spring Island, BC, Canada, hosted a gathering of the West Coast Work Boat Association with over 40 vessels in attendance.

In the Panorama, Harbourmaster Captain Bart Terwiel and his daughter Uma Lily are on board Salt Spring Island Harbour Authority’s little workboat “Martha”. To their left is Salt Spring Air’s DeHavilland Beaver DHC-2 float plane. The little shelter on the dock is a replica of the wheelhouse of the MV “Cy Peck” - built in 1922 and served as a ferry to the Gulf Islands from 1930 to 1966. Further clockwise is the last BC working steam tug “Master” – wooden hull, 85’, triple expansion steam engine, built in 1922 and lovingly restored by the SS Master Society for the Vancouver Maritime Museum. Next are the restored tugs “La Fille” and “Clive”, and the Canadian Coast Guard Auxiliary's inflatable rescue boat.
Links:
About Ganges Harbour : http://www.seamagazine.com/destinations/DM_article.asp?id=4207
Tugboat “Master”: http://www.ssmaster.org
West Coast Workboat Association: http://www.wwba.ca
Salt Spring Air: http://www.saltspringair.com

Uri Cogan's web site: http://www.uricogan.com

Equipment

Hardware: Nikon D70 Camera, 10.5mm lens, Manfrotto SPH330 panorama head, Manfrotto tripod. Software: PTMac, Xblend, PanoConverter, Adobe Photoshop.
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