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Friday, June 16, 2017
Upon our arrival at the site for our sketch outing to the Festival of Sail, I was disappointed that the Mamma Duck was no where to be seen. Upon more exploration, I could just see the tip of her yellow head far down the Foss Waterway. Later another sketcher said she was across from Johnny's Dock, so we resolved to have lunch there in order to sketch the World's Largest Rubber Duck.
Though there was a chilly wind off the Foss Waterway, it didn't rain while we sketched the Tall Ships docked across the way from the Center for Urban Waters. A few members of Urban Sketchers Seattle joined Urban Sketchers Tacoma. We had an excellent view of several ships with classic Tacoma buildings on the hill behind. The ship I sketched is the Hawaiian Chieftain
After sharing and the group photo....
most of us decamped for lunch at Johnny's Dock. We could definitely see the big duck from there. Mamma Duck is 61 feet tall and weighs 11 tons!
More Photos: https://redharp.smugmug.com/SketchOutings/2017-0616-Festival-of-Sail/
Posted by MK Buike
Labels: Festival of Sail, Kate Buike, Tacoma
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That's some huge duck!ReplyDelete