Zoom in and you’ll see the dock. Zoom out and you’ll see it surrounded by a mix of residences, wetlands and agriculture. It’s a free-flowing tidal creek on Long Island, New York, 4.8 miles from the Atlantic Ocean at Shinnecock Inlet. Pretty “typical” middle-of-the-road fouling conditions, I think. The creek is fed by springs, and the confluence of fresh and salt makes for fecund waters in which both shell and plant fouling can thrive. The panel is suspended horizontally, on the south side of the dock, so it gets lots of sun.