Discussion in 'Exhibition Lounge' started by SXH, Aug 21, 2020.
And a covidcruiser in Holyhead yesterday, ferrying passengers ashore by lifeboats to infect the island:
I was watching the comings and going’s on Loch Ken, Dumfries & Galloway recently, when this opportunity arose…..
New England 2014
Mirror dinghy off Brownsea Island
A few quidsworth of Sunseeker craft
Brittany ferry passing Old Harry rocks (hazy evening)
Mount Desert, Maine
I think, but I'm not sure, that the fishing club I photographed at one of its early outings, has saved up for a wee boat to take out on the water. I'll have to do some digging to find out if it's theirs ornot but we don't see many of these for some reason - it's all minesweepers, tugs, cruises, cargo or subs round this neck of waters.
My "chance encounter" from a few years ago:
London Docklands some years ago...
Yesterday's office view - local kayakers about to head out.
RFA Tiderace did a swift turnaround and has now disagppeared from view in the time it took to upload this!
Seven Seas Splendour was here yesterday. At this distance, the nightmare scenario of 750 paying passengers plus however many crew, swilling around in a floating petri dish doesn't look all that bad.
P&O Britannia at Liverpool docks
‘Snowdrop’ Mersey Ferry
RFA Mounts Bay with SD Reliable peeling off back towards the base. The ship turned around and headed out to sea.
Morning sun on the Germ Ship Queen Elizabeth
From right to left we had the Navy, Cunard Cruises and a stark reminder of how treacherous the sea can be: MV Captayannis is the dark lozenge on the left, locally known as The Sugar Boat.
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