interesting HDR work, David Thyberg
as reference, here a (Swedish?) --->forest of masts in natural lighting (which I found starting out at the site of Briggen Gerda I happened to find tied up in the harbour of Hudiksvall 2 weeks ago ...--->Brigg Gerda_
...(I might upload more photos I took of her at a later time)...
Very nice shot of this majestic ship! I saw this same boat in another corner of the world as well! Excellent work. -Ben
The Ship´s Name is Cuauhtemoc, from Mexican Navy, I´m not sure about but I belive this picture was taked on 2000, I was on board of that tallship as a cadet, beautiful city.
Thanks for identifying this beautiful ship.
The picture was taken during the Tall Ships Race stopover in Stockholm 27th of July 2007.
(note that there are two ships in this photo, the larger one in the back is the CUAUHTEMOC)
...a webpage celebrating a reception given on board the CUAUHTEMOC in Stockholm harbour --->
CUAUHTEMOC, sail-training barque from Mexico. Trains junior officers for Mexican Navy.
Type: Three masted barque
Homeport: Acapulco, Mexico
Shipyard: Astilleros Celaya S.A., Bilbao, Spain
Crew: 276 including 90 trainees
Height:* m (* ft)
Sparred Length: 90.5m (296.9 ft)
Length waterline: 67.2 m (220 ft 4 in)
Beam: 12 m (39 ft 4 in)
Draft: 5,4 m ( 17.7 ft)
Displacement: 1,800 tons
Sail Area: 2,368 m² (25,489 sq ft) 23 sails
Engines: 1 x 1,125 hp (diesel)
Maximun speed: 18 kt (* km/h) under sails, 8 knots under engines
about the 2007 Tall Ships Race stopover in Stockholm and Rostock
Cuauhtémoc pronounced [kʷaːwˈtemoːk] (1502–1525), "Falling Eagle" in English, was the Aztec ruler of Tenochtitlan 1520 to 1521.
bonito!! Las velas recuerdan copas de champan desbordando espuma Enhorabuena por la foto
Wow!!! Very nice photo, greetings from Greece
Great photo! Like-2!!!
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Photo taken in Katarina-Sofia, Södermalm, Stockholm, Sweden
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