As you come around the head of the bay on Eagle Harbor Drive, you might find mud flats or lapping waves, depending on the time of day. Kayakers and boaters who live along that waterfront stretch have to watch the tide tables lest they get stranded. For islander Harry Longstreet, these front row seats were a photography must. “I’m constantly looking for images to add to my portfolio. I live off Point White but drive to the aquatic center most mornings to swim, and I always pass Eagle Harbor. Sometimes the morning light screams ‘shoot me’ and I oblige. The chairs were a bonus.” To us, they look like the perfect perch to await the arrival of summer.