Bluenose Bell

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Steve Paxton on July 12, 2009

nice symmetry, well cared for hemp. the story the bell could tell. the wood has such a shine that the side is reflected on the boom sure the prie of the fleet. steve

Norrel on July 12, 2009

Nice details, Bits! I love your boat pics a lot!

not1word on July 14, 2009

I think that you could sell some of these to the boat company. They're shots are miserable next to yours. Well done, Bits.

diannemcd on July 15, 2009

I'm with Norrel love your ship shots. They are special. Dianne

Bits-n-Pieces on July 16, 2009

Well thanks very much for all of that Steve, Norrel, not1word and dianne!!! Lots of credit of course goes to the Lunenburg (Nova Scotia) Marine Museum Society who manage and maintain the ship - and especially for the crew who signs on for 6 months to learn the ropes - and polish the brass and vanish the wood....

not1word on July 16, 2009

It must have been very late when I tiped thata up they're. Of cours I know that they are shots is not a propper weigh to spel that.

Norrel on July 18, 2009

Mr Van Bork would have to reconsider my bad notes for English. If native speakers make mistakes like not1word, my English isn't that bad at all.

Bits-n-Pieces on July 18, 2009

Excused, not1word ! I know all too well that fingers have a way of typing things that are just NOT what our brain tells them to type!

Norrel - I'm pretty sure Mr. Van Bork would be quite pleased at your skill in English - I think some of our English teachers would be pleased to have students as skilled as you are!

not1word on July 18, 2009

Mr. Van Bork would have you teaching beside him, Norrel.

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  • Uploaded on July 12, 2009
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    by Bits-n-Pieces
    • Taken on 2009/07/11 18:16:21
    • Exposure: 0.040s (1/25)
    • Focal Length: 60.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/18.000
    • ISO Speed: ISO200
    • Exposure Bias: -0.33 EV
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