Today, I had the opportunity to ride the ferry over to Bremerton.
It was a really good day to be doing this. It was very sunny — the only clouds were way off over towards the Olympic Mountains — and I think I can safely say it was one of, if not the, warmest day this year so far.
I hadn't planned to take a ferry ride, but it came up at work this morning that such an excursion was indicated. Some material that should have gone over to the Bremerton store earlier this week hadn't gone, and another person in the office needed something picked up from over there.
Anyway, I'd done everything else I needed to do, and so off I went.
On the way over, I took several photos of the Seattle skyline as we left the dock, with the idea of running them through the Photomerge feature in Photoshop.
It was rather windy on deck, and the ship was rocking back and forth a bit. I tried to get the amount of overlap necessary to successfully run the Photomerge, but apparently was not completely successful.
The two panoramas that I did get aren't bad though.
Next time take a ferry ride, I'll try to get it right.