I’m not certain, because the subject of this photo disappeared under water just after I hit the shutter, but I’m guessing this is a professional diver doing the kind of underwater work most boat owners cannot do. The pleasure boat was moored at Cap Sante Boat Haven.
A fully exposed Mt. Baker is like a calling card to the city’s popular viewpoint, Cap Sante. There were a dozen or so people gathered Friday afternoon when I arrived with camera in hand. If Friday’s sunshine was nice, the full moon and stars were an even more exciting winter development.
I shot this photo from Cap Sante in the Eighties. Reference points include Washington Federal Savings and Safeway. Some shoreline properties have been demolished, others constructed since this photo. There are no longer covered boathouses at Cap Sante Boat Haven, either.