The Ocean Gateway is our deep-water cruise ship terminal in the city. The large main building is off to right. What we are looking at here, beyond the pilings, is the gangway which stretches off to the left. Its length allows it to service multiple ships at a time. The fog bank on Sunday morning pretty much obscured anything beyond. There are islands, Spring Point Light, and the oil tanks of South Portland that are most visible on a clear day. Like a slow-motion magician's trick, they gradually made their debut for the day soon after the camera did its thing, nonchalantly raising the curtain on another sunny spring day in the Forest City. Sometimes my mind can seem this foggy. It always burns off though.