Canadian ships Picton Castle and Bluenose II

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Comments (6)

diannemcd on July 23, 2009

Just so elegant, how would it be spending a few hours on one of these, (probably a lot of work). Have a good day. D

Steve Paxton on July 23, 2009

Bits very nice over view now there is a few ladies with such fine form. they dont make them like that theses day. you where very privileged quite envious of you. steve

not1word on July 23, 2009

An old friend of mine has a son who is a captain on a tall ship named The Hawaiian Chieftain. He runs the west coast. Their whole family wants to get a ship and live aboard it.

Oh, I like this shot, too!

someGuyinmasset on July 24, 2009

Go Canucks go!!! We rock!

Bits-n-Pieces on July 24, 2009

Yeah, Guy, typical rabble rousing Canadians - just have to rock the boat. They were two beautiful ships, that's for sure.

That's interesting not1word. of course I looked up the Hawaiian Chieftain. You sure your friend's son isn't a pirate? that's quite a cool ship!

And Thanks Dianne and Steve! Steve, I'm a bit surprised that there aren't many of these around Oz. Could be that here there's quite a circuit between the north-east, Europe, and the Caribbean, so the ships do a good tourist business and move with the seasons.

not1word on July 24, 2009

Well, he does enjoy looking the part. He has some sort of mutton chop to moustache facial topiary going on.

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Photo taken in Thompson Square / Bunker Hill, Boston, MA, USA

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  • Uploaded on July 22, 2009
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    by Bits-n-Pieces
    • Camera: NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D60
    • Taken on 2009/07/12 20:02:52
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    • F/Stop: f/4.000
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    • Exposure Bias: -0.33 EV
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