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marie
2nd of January 2005 (Sun), 11:50
in the harbour.. getting rusty
and waiting.http://www.photography-on-the.net/forum/images/smilies/icon_surprised.gif


everything is waitinghttp://www.photography-on-the.net/forum/images/smilies/icon_lol.gif



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thomascanty
3rd of January 2005 (Mon), 00:13
It doesn't look as bad as some of the rust buckets I've seen, though it does seem to be listing a little to port...

marie
3rd of January 2005 (Mon), 17:55
It doesn't look as bad as some of the rust buckets I've seen, though it does seem to be listing a little to port...



there's something nice about old rust buckets Lonnie thanks


one of us was listing.
it could have been me and not the boat
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CyberDyneSystems
3rd of January 2005 (Mon), 19:15
A real working vessel! ,.. Looks like what we have around here too :)

Mills
3rd of January 2005 (Mon), 21:15
It's above water, just about all any of us can ask for!

stoneylonesome
4th of January 2005 (Tue), 17:55
Nice shot, I love old boats, course I love alot of old things. Reminds me off an old saying "spend your life waiting for your ship to come in" course when my ship comes in I won't be around to greet it. :lol: :lol: :lol:

marie
5th of January 2005 (Wed), 05:33
Nice shot, I love old boats, course I love alot of old things. Reminds me off an old saying "spend your life waiting for your ship to come in" course when my ship comes in I won't be around to greet it. http://www.photography-on-the.net/forum/images/smilies/icon_lol.gif http://www.photography-on-the.net/forum/images/smilies/icon_lol.gif http://www.photography-on-the.net/forum/images/smilies/icon_lol.gif

ha ha ha
Sandy thanks.

hopefully you will. and we'll all share it with you

sink or swim
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marie
5th of January 2005 (Wed), 05:34
It's above water, just about all any of us can ask for!

ha ha ha ha ha


thanks Mills

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marie
5th of January 2005 (Wed), 05:35
A real working vessel! ,.. Looks like what we have around here too http://www.photography-on-the.net/forum/images/smilies/icon_smile.gif
http://www.photography-on-the.net/forum/images/smilies/icon_lol.gif http://www.photography-on-the.net/forum/images/smilies/icon_lol.gif thanks Cyber


hope you had a nice Christmas

and have an even better New Year

:)

lomond
5th of January 2005 (Wed), 09:38
Hi Marie,
I spent my early working life at sea ( in ships a tad bigger, mind you ) and love to see photos of ships/boats etc.
I'm curious to know what the white object running down the starboard side might be ? ( I don't know much about fishing boats ).

Anyway thanks for sharing Marie,



Cameron

thomascanty
5th of January 2005 (Wed), 09:46
running down the starboard side

I was just about to correct you when I glanced at the picture again and realized I was wrong in my earlier message! It's listing to starboard, not port. For some reason when I looked at the picture the first time, I thought the boat was facing the other way... Oops.
:o :o

marie
5th of January 2005 (Wed), 15:08
http://www.photoshare.co.nz/PhotoShareGallery1/100543/102788/IMG_2686copyy7219.jpgHi Marie,
I spent my early working life at sea ( in ships a tad bigger, mind you ) and love to see photos of ships/boats etc.
I'm curious to know what the white object running down the starboard side might be ? ( I don't know much about fishing boats ).

Anyway thanks for sharing Marie,



Cameronthanks Cameron
I don't know but maybe someone else will.

the catch of other fishing vessels in the area is taken away in a huge container very quickly and shipped off to many countries

must have been interesting working at sea when you were younger.
I expect not so good when older and have more commitments


I love watching anything to do with the sea




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marie
5th of January 2005 (Wed), 15:09
I was just about to correct you when I glanced at the picture again and realized I was wrong in my earlier message! It's listing to starboard, not port. For some reason when I looked at the picture the first time, I thought the boat was facing the other way... Oops.
:o :o

thanks Lonnie.:)
it's a nice old boat whatever side is listing

done it's job ok:cool:

:(