Wednesday, January 30, 2019
This a fuel oil terminal down by the old power plant - you can see the big tanks in the background. The large white pipes in the foreground run under the road, and down to the edge of the harbor, where huge fuel barges tie up to offload their contents. This is where a lot of automotive gasoline is downloaded and then tanker trucks come in to be filled. The tankers then take the automotive gasoline to local gas stations. There is something about industrial architecture that is really interesting to me, and the clouds and overcast light are perfect for this scene.
Posted by Ken Spencer at 6:53 PM