I would have called them pier supports, but I am told they are called pilings. They look more like chromosomes to me, actually! This was taken at Dyes Inlet in Silverdale, Washington, in February. I just wanted to look at some water that was not rain or drizzle. Isn’t it cool that this is a color image?

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pilings reflected in still water, monochrome, black and white, dyes inlet, silverdale, washington, ghost pier

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