December 20, 2008

Tanker, San Francisco Bay


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photo by Donald Kinney

Usually these huge tankers and container vessels make it in an out of San Francisco Bay without incident, but other times -- like just one year ago with the Cosco Busan spilling 58,000 gallons of bunker oil into the bay -- they have their problems.

I'm not sure if the following photo (taken three years ago) is the Busan, but it is a Cosco ship.




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3 comments:

Tomate Farcie said...

I still don't undertand why they had to move the ship that day. It was *unusually* foggy, I mean really, really foggy, all the way to the Oakland hills.

I love the "tree with fingers" up on the banner. Hope you're out and about, enjoying the nice weather, this WE.

TF

Müge said...

These two photos are very familiar to me because I see every day huge tankers and container vessels like those crossing the Bosphorus in order to reach the Black Sea and Russia. Because the Bosphorus is a narrow strait difficult to navigate, the risk of accident is very high and it happens every year unfortunately.

chrome3d said...

It´s like a view Tarzan had when he came to the big city.

 
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