A motley collection of names

Selected for Google Maps and Google Earth

Although the EXIF says Focal length 400.00 mm, this image has been cropped and post edited to increase magnification and clarify the image.

Special attention should be directed to the names of the wee boats, showing individuality of thought by local fisherfolk!

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Comments (12)

mardrl on November 3, 2012

Quite a collection! The person the named The Boat must have had t think long and hard. :)) Nice collection.

trikermike on November 3, 2012

AH! good to see you here mardrl, thanks for looking in (hope you did not get stuck in the mud!!!

Stay well and safe

♥♥ Mike

Sarah O on November 4, 2012

:)) Hi T MIke..Iam stuck in the Mud, trying to figure out how they came up with that name..The Boat!!:)) hilarious! I agree with mardrl, what thought had to go into that one!:) good shot Mike! Have a lovely fall Sunday my friend.. L ~~Sarah~~

trikermike on November 4, 2012

Mmmmmm, rather cynical, these North Easterners!

I can only guess that he says to his wife, ""_Aaam gaan doon t' the boat in the mornin', mek az a flask an a sarnie Pet"

Hope you get up outa yon mud, the Tide is coming in in twenty minutes!!

Lovely crisp and sunny day with Autumn leaves all ower,

that used be upon the trees, making a leafy bower,

Now they lie upon the ground , just like an orange carpet

If Sarah cannot get out of the mud, perhaps we'll see the life boat!!

roeli bindels on November 4, 2012

seaspray....???? are you shure these are real boats........they look so tiny........:)

trikermike on November 5, 2012

hey are inshore fishing boats or 'Jolly boats' They are in a harbour, they all have registration numbers, they float in water. Yes I am sure they are boats! ;) ;) ;) ;D

roeli bindels on November 5, 2012

oké........I believe you.....:):):) enjoy your evening

David Brown Photogra… on November 6, 2012

So....

the one who's hull is designed to cut down spray is called - Seaspray!

the blue one is called Ebony!

the one that is clearly a boat is correctly called; The Boat

and the piece of fibergalss, slowly falling apart in the back is correctly called Seahog!

This last one may not float in water much longer by the looks of it Mike

Nice one - Jethro

trikermike on November 8, 2012

Whaye Aye!! us northern folks are nowt if not inventive Jethro old lad!!, there used t' be a wee boat heor caaled TITANIC TOO, BUT AA DIVVUN KNAA WHAT HAPPENT TIV IT!!

gLAD YE DIDNAE GET YER FEET WET DURING YON sANDY STORM, WELCOME YEM!

David Brown Photogra… on November 8, 2012

:o)

Jethro

Apostolos J. Doulias on November 13, 2012

Very beautiful picture. Like 4.

Greetings and best wishes from Greece. Look at these pictures

trikermike on November 13, 2012

Thank you Apostolos J. Doulias It is amazing how similar harbours and boats seem around the world, yet each maintain subtle differences, thank you for the chance to see some of your collection and good of you to call in and view mine

Happy times to you!

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on November 3, 2012
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    by trikermike
    • Camera: Canon EOS 450D
    • Taken on 2012/10/21 14:36:58
    • Exposure: 0.003s (1/400)
    • Focal Length: 400.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/7.100
    • ISO Speed: ISO640
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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