As I said in another post about adirondack chairs along this public waterfront: nice neighbourhood – no one steals the chairs.
This chair is on the rocks at the end of the Chinese Cemetery, Harling Point. I have taken and rejected many photos of it. On Tuesday the early morning sun lighting the moss and grass amongst the rocks finally gave me something along the lines I had been wanting, but only in monochrome. This chair is a navy blue and has a memorial plaque to someone that I never heard of, but possibly a former neighbour.
Most times I have been out to the point on a nice day someone has been sitting here, looking at the Olympic Mountains, Trial Island, the boat traffic in between, reading, or soaking up the sun. Its a fantastic spot, and delightful that this is a public space, near to my house. If I was the sitting around doing a lot of not much type of person I would sit here for hours. Prime spot.
Canon EOS 5D Mkii, Canon 5omm/f1.4, polarizing filter, ISO 200, f4, 1/160th top, 1/1,600th bottom.