Woodley Island Walkabout Slideshow 

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Photo by Mark A. Larson
This is a special camera-exposure effect from zooming in or out while using a slow shutter speed while looking at the Commercial Fishermen's Wives' lighted "tree" made out of dozens of crab pots. The Christmas tree's star faces out towards Humboldt Bay to welcome home the fishing boats and crew.
Photo by Mark A. Larson
This is a special camera-exposure effect from zooming in or out while using a slow shutter speed while looking at the Commercial Fishermen's Wives' lighted "tree" made out of dozens of crab pots. The Christmas tree's star faces out towards Humboldt Bay to welcome home the fishing boats and crew.
Photo by Mark A. Larson
A four-sided memorial that lists the names of local fishermen lost at sea stands near the crab pot Christmas tree and "The Fisherman" statue. A collection of personalized items rests at the base of the memorial.
Photo by Mark A. Larson
A walk along the Woodley Island Marina after sunset reveals Alan Workman's sailboat, Belle France, with its holiday lighting and a good view of the Carson Mansion across the bay.
Photo by Mark A. Larson
A walk along the Woodley Island Marina after sunset reveals Alan Workman's sailboat, Belle France, with its holiday lighting and a good view of the Carson Mansion across the bay with its holiday lighting.
Photo by Mark A. Larson
A walk along the Woodley Island Marina after sunset reveals Alan Workman's sailboat, Belle France, with its holiday lighting and a good view of the Carson Mansion across the bay with its holiday lighting.
Photo by Mark A. Larson
For the past few years before the start of every commercial crab season, the Commercial Fishermen's Wives of Humboldt have erected a lighted "tree" made out of dozens of crab pots. The Christmas tree's star faces out towards Humboldt Bay to welcome home the fishing boats and crew.
Photo by Mark A. Larson
For the past few years before the start of every commercial crab season, the Commercial Fishermen's Wives of Humboldt have erected a lighted "tree" made out of dozens of crab pots. The Christmas tree's star faces out towards Humboldt Bay to welcome home the fishing boats and crew. "The Fisherman" statue can be seen behind it.
Photo by Mark A. Larson
"The Fisherman" statue by Dick Crane rests at the edge of Woodley Island in Humboldt Bay. Dedicated in 1981 by the Commercial Fishermen's Wives of Humboldt, the statue honors those "whom the sea sustained...and those it claimed."
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Photo by Mark A. Larson
This is a special camera-exposure effect from zooming in or out while using a slow shutter speed while looking at the Commercial Fishermen's Wives' lighted "tree" made out of dozens of crab pots. The Christmas tree's star faces out towards Humboldt Bay to welcome home the fishing boats and crew.

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