Lightwaves from Datawake

One of the most wonderful things about living aboard is the endless variety of light… the ripples, reflections, colors, sparkles, and subtle hues that change day to day, moment to moment. This post is a small collection of luminous moments captured above, below, around, and inside Datawake.

Lightwaves from Datawake

My neighbor’s reflection, flipped, just after a small boat motored by around sunset in the Port of Friday Harbor… April 8, 2016

A full-arc double rainbow on May 8 was a photographic treat... here's the view off my stern.

A full-arc double rainbow on May 8 was a photographic treat… here’s the view off my stern.

The rainbow framing my bow pulpit...

The rainbow framing my bow pulpit…

I always enjoy looking up from the bed in my cabin after it rains.

I always enjoy looking up from the bed in my cabin after it rains.

And sometimes, those rain baubles do magic with sunlight.

And sometimes, those rain baubles do magic with sunlight.

Walking the docks as a cold front moves through at sunset.

Walking the docks as a cold front moves through at sunset.

And, of course, Datawake and her reflection

Datawake and her inversion

Always the reflections...

Always the reflections…

The view off the stern changes by the hour...

The view off the stern changes by the hour…

Looking out over the neighborhood

Looking out over the neighborhood

And let's not forget internal lighwaves... an Infrared security flood shows up dramatically on the cell phone camera.

And let’s not forget internal lighwaves… an Infrared security flood shows up dramatically on the cell phone camera.

What's a starship without lasers?

What’s a starship without lasers? Felling shaggy, but coherent…

Raindrop refraction at 42 degrees, at the edge of Alexander's Dark Band

Raindrop refraction at 42 degrees, at the edge of Alexander’s Dark Band

Yet another rainbow - June 23, 2016

Yet another rainbow – June 23, 2016

 

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