darling harbour, Sydney Australia

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rosina lamberti on June 3, 2007

thank u YNPL, its part of a Marine Museum in Darling Harbour :)

Secret Service on June 25, 2007

Changed a bit since i was last there.Nice shot

rosina lamberti on June 30, 2007

hi terence, this was taken about 2 years ago rosina :)

Avelino Silva on July 28, 2007

Olá Rosina, adoro o teu veleiro. Foi uma grande perda o Cutty Sark. Bela foto. Saudações desde Portugal

ferdinand17 on September 22, 2007

splendide foto...complimenti ciao!

rosina lamberti on November 18, 2007

the position suggested is exactly the same as the one that is mapped???????????????

Arturo García on November 19, 2007

A beached boat suggests always an adventure, Rosina. Between the maze of their equipment become engraved two modern buildings; will be that it plans a trip to the future?

Greetings, Arturo.

rosina lamberti on November 28, 2007

thank you for your visit Arturo, its part of a Marine Museum in Darling Harbor, saluti rosina

Owen Morgan on December 22, 2007

Dear Rosina Merry Christmas from the sunny Carribean. I believe this is the Endeavour? I was aboard her when she was in San Sebastian de La Gomera in the Canaries. I should dig up some of those photos and post them.

Elios Amati (tashime… on January 24, 2008

Thanks for sharing

Vasco Pires on February 8, 2008

How did I miss this beauty Rosina? is it the Cutty Sark?

Cheers

Vik Ramsoondur on May 15, 2008

Such a superb photograph!

Slosh on June 1, 2008

HMB Endeavour at Darling Harbour (ANMM)

Peterbnz on December 6, 2008

Hi Rosina, Yes it is the replica of the old Endeavour. Built in Western Australia, almost down to the 'no nails' old time ship building theory using timber 'runnels' (like a tapered dowell to the rest of us.) I visited this ship when it came to New Zealand and had hundreds of people queing to look over it. Headroom in the Marines quarters is just below my shoulders (between the deck beams!) & the ship had a top speed with full sail on, of just 7 or 8 knots... Real fast, just like a caste iron bath tub, with the tap (blunt) end into the seas. But it has sat. nav. a donk & fully equiped kitchen down there. Regards, Peterbnz in Christchurch.

hegh on March 2, 2009

Hi,Rosna,It's so beautiful.I'm from China,I'll show some pictures of my hometown soon.

Jose Daniel Quintero on April 3, 2009

Marvellous photo.

Greetings from Colombia, Jose Daniel.

maciu vatu on April 28, 2009

.....its a lovely boat, the Cutty Sark was just as good, but some idiots here in London decided to set to set fire to it...the repair is going on but can they restore it to its former glory? Only time will tell, cheers !!

aborigeno0107 on May 17, 2009

BELLISIMA FOTO SEI STATA FORTUNATA A VEDERLO DI PERSONA BRAVA!!!!!!!!!!

eriszka42 on September 3, 2009

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on February 2, 2007
  • © All Rights Reserved
    by rosina lamberti
    • Camera: KONICA MINOLTA DYNAX 7D
    • Taken on 2005/07/10 14:08:52
    • Exposure: 0.010s (1/100)
    • Focal Length: 18.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/5.600
    • ISO Speed: ISO100
    • Exposure Bias: 2.00 EV
    • No flash

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