As I moved along the waterfront, I spotted a little abstract composition with streetlamp in foreground, ship's masts in background.
The masts proved to belong to the Margaret Todd, which I had photographed our first night in the harbor. I saw the seagull coming, and timed the shot to catch it between the masts - no Photoshop manipulation of this one. The gull was, of course, closer to me than the ship was, and moving fast, so I was pleased that I could react well enough with a single shot. A good warmup for the coming soccer season, although I'll be doing plenty of burst shooting for that!
Continuing along the shore path, I climbed down on the rocks to get close to this algae and lichen covered mass.