What is this?
It is a mooring dolphin that was hit by a ship and that we have reconstructed. The first step was to demolish the old dolphin and the picture shown one of the layter steps in this process. There is protruding steel and also the top of the previous piles. The picture is probably outside the range of the Panoramio consept, but I found it graphically reasonably interesting!
I look at these Panoramio photos partly to explore and enjoy the aesthetics of photographers but mainly to get a picture of the world that we live in. Pictures that evoke curiosity are especially welcome to my eyes. Your photos fit to all, mentioned here.
Well, seing the thumbs passing in the All section you "randomly" pick up some good photos, but the criteria is then to guess what is actually exiting. OK, after a while you get some favorites that you check regularly and then travelling on the World Map also gives you some ideas!
Making rules except the "not appropriate" is difficult in a democratic worls and that's what Panoramio is becoming as long as people mainly understand the intention of such word!
As far as I understand the word "democracy", no regime, no nation will be able to gain it as well as this Panoramio-kind-of-community does. We all seem to have similar changes in the beginning and after that our qualities and work will bring us what we intend.
Sad but true - the Wall eventually came down, but I don't expect the next couple of barriers will fall just like that!
A very interesting photo. I like it!
Thank you for sharing.
Thanks and a happy new year!
Thanks for comment Rock, The waterdepth on the spot was 14 metres, so we had to take due care that the structure didn't collapse. We managed and removed it to seabed level and erected a new one on the same spot!
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Photo taken in Aden, Yemen
Misplaced? Suggest new location