White & Blue, 18 July 2012: The Larkspur Ferry Terminal


Good Morning:

Did you know that my “White & Blue” series now includes 640 photographs? Neither did I. Last night I took the ferry to Larkspur for a rehearsal of Ben Jonson’s Volpone, part of Subterranean Shakespeare’s summer reading series, and whilst awaiting a ride to the director’s home, snapped about 40 pictures. Here are five pretty good ones, all taken with a Nikon CoolPix S9100.

Utility Building at Larkspur Ferry Terminal

This is the terminal itself. I ask you: does this look like it could possibly offer shelter against the Bay Area’s legendary wind and rain?

I have a funny feeling that the overhang at the terminal was designed less to protect travellers from the elements and more as a work of sculpture to be photographed in “artistic” poses by amateur photographers:

Have a good weekend, everyone.

Vonn Scott Bair


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