Nikon. 15mm, 2.5 seconds, f/4.5. ISO 200
drastic crop, enhance, sharpen in Photoshop and Affinity
The blue supermoon, having just risen over the hills and now visible between the clouds, glows over the smallest of harbors. Depoe Bay Harbor's claim to fame is that it is the smallest natural navigable harbor, currently covering approximately six acres, with a 50-foot wide, 100-foot long rockbound, dog-legged channel connecting to the Pacific Ocean. Tonight the tiny harbor basks in the radiant glow of the blue supermoon escorted by bright Saturn at its upper right.