Here is a bit more about this tall ship
Thanks for the visit and comment in my gallery. Gabe
Greetings Gabe :) Looking through your gallery makes me realise how little time I have spent in Panoramio these past three years.
I would never have missed the opportunity to comment on this superb "windjammer" in earlier times. Perhaps now, I can return to normal service :)
KRUSENSHTERN is certainly an impressive sight and even with her sails furled, she's still a thing of beauty. Nice shot Gabe :) Like.
Looks like this time I am slow to respond Jim! We both are getting older, our health is forcing us to take a break here and there.
The shot was taken during our Canadian Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver, I can imagine it was in Sochi as well.
Good to see you and thanks for the like!
Wonderful ship, excellent presentation! Greetings.
Thank you very much for the visit and kind comment. Gabe
Hello Gabe. I like this beautiful shooting and very good pleasant photo the Krusenstern. For this photo I ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) Like 116. He also came near me at the port of Sete in France, "Escale à Sète large sailboats" The Krusenstern with a four masts, the Sedov his brother next to him a little longer 117m. you just see this link Here.
Greetings of France, Roger. Good day to you.
Roger I am honoured by your visit, thank you very much!
I am glad you like this picture!
Best regards from Vancouver, Gabe
Hello. Gabe. Thank you for your visit and to estimate my photos. Yes the Krusenstern a four masts (Russian), was also with us.
Best greetings from France, city Narbonne, My Map, Roger.
look nice, sieht sehr gut aus ,mir gut gefallen. Cok guzel bir fotograf cok begendim atoll turizm olarak bizde yat turlari yapiyoruz..istanbul,marmaris,fethiye,bodrum ve civarinda
Roger and Atoll,
Thanks for the visits, kind comments and “Like” votes. Gabe
For me, this is a very interesting capture.
I LIKE this photo.
I am very happy for your visit and your comments. Thank you very much for them.
A beautiful ship! Good JOB!! L/F
Sign up to comment.
Sign in if you already did it.
Photo taken in North Vancouver, BC, Canada
Misplaced? Suggest new location