Commencement Bay Tacoma -- Toward Browns Point 1999 (Vintage Silver)

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Commencement Bay Tacoma -- Toward Browns Point 1999 (Vintage Silver)

625.00

This is a vintage print. I made the photograph and printed the negative (camera original) within a few weeks of one another. 

What you see is a scan of the actual print that is for sale.

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Tacoma is the port of export for wheat and other grains grown on the east side of the Cascade mountains. The grains are brought by train to an enormous elevator on the shores of Commencement Bay.  Huge bulk freighters sail to Tacoma to load the grain from the elevator, and often these ships have to wait for a berth to receive cargo. Most of the grain is destined for Asia.