Port Townsend

The small community of Port Townsend has a feel and vibe all its own, but in many ways in reminds me of New Orleans; almost every building has a very unique story to tell; the trick is to listen. A weekend here is much like a cool morning breeze, refreshing and relaxing all at the same time.

Port Townsend

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Port Townsend

The texture of the brick wall was what prompted me to take this photograph. That and the juxtaposition of historic building and sailboat in the background. The building is the old clam cannery built in the mid-1880s and now serves as a private resident and banquet hall. Not sure how they pull that off, but I’d love to try.

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