That is also not an artist's rendering of one of the transit ferries carrying vehicles and people across Pond Granger to the imaginary Panther Island.
That is also not an artist's rendering of Mount Granger, as envisioned by America's Biggest Boondoggle, with the mountain made using the dirt dug to make the ditch to go under the three little bridges The Boondoggle is taking four years to build to connect Fort Worth's mainland to its imaginary island.
What you are looking at above is not an artist's rendering, it is an actual photo of a volcano, a real island, a large body of water and one of the world's biggest ferry boats, which would make that Mount Rainier with the boat floating on Puget Sound, a natural body of water, not an artificial result of someone's bad vision.
I saw this photo today on Facebook, via Miss Chris, she being one of my nephew's two new replacement aunts. Miss Chris captioned this photo by saying "Love this picture".
A few people, including me, made followup comments. The comments from the Washingtonians struck me as mild humble bragging. Maybe I am just being hyper sensitive due to missing mountains, ferry boats and large bodies of clean water.
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