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Nora and Eric near the front of the museum. On the floor is a distorted photo of a kitten. You can see that the photo looks perfectly proportioned when reflected in the cylindrical mirror. This type of image is called an anamorphic projection.
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The National Park Service operates a maritime museum that includes some old ships, three of which are open to board. This is the mast of one, the Balclutha.
IMG_4388 mast.JPG

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Nora in the cargo hold of the Balclutha, sitting on a lumber shipment.
IMG_4394 Nora in cargo hold.JPG

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This is the captain's quarters in the Balclutha, quite a bit more luxurious than the rest of the ship. The captain's wife often sailed him, and gave birth to a daughter on the ship.
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