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Picture taken through hole in rusted part of dock in Seward, Alaska. Near the Sea Life Center. (2007)
Near the SeaLife Center, there is a place where you can climb down between furniture-sized boulders and pick rocks near the edge of the water. If you find a really flat one, you can try skipping it across the sea. There is also rusted wall of undulating iron that acts a break against the waves when they start pounding the shore.
Sea water is hell on iron with all the salt and water and such (look at any car up north that's had to survive those winters and salted roads), so it's little surprise to find holes worn through the metal. I found a good one, crouched down and shot what I saw across the water.
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