Along Washington's Hood Canal (not a canal, really a fjord), there are several places where posts stick out of the saltwater. I had always wondered what these were for, and just recently learned that they were once used for tying up rafts of logs, back in the days when lots of old growth timber was being taken out of the adjacent forests. Today the posts remain, and often look beautiful and lonely in morning mist. I took this picture on a winter morning as mist was beginning to clear on Hood Canal.

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