Life in a Working Port. Photography and Text by Keith R Wahl
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Contrasts of a Working PortThe contrasts of a working port and the space between Jerusalem and Galilee. Commercial vessels, pleasure vessels, industrial activity, and the natural environment on a hazy Autumn afternoon.
A working port seems like it is a study in contrasts. There is a combination of industrial, commercial, and recreational activity. These combine in a single natural environment. In some cases, there is often a beach nearby.
The reality is that these are not contrasts at all. Maritime ports only exist in one place: on the water. This is where boats and ships of all types gather. Other waterborne activity will also occur in these areas.
If one looks at port activities through single lenses, they will appear as contrasts. But if we realize that port activities all occur in one place, we can make them work together. On this Autumn day, they are working in harmony between Jerusalem and Galilee.
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