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Aug 27, 2021 21:07 |  #1471

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Bow shot of Queen Ann's Revenge ...

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Aug 29, 2021 11:59 |  #1472

I had an interesting afternoon at the Thames Traditional Boat Festival today. Lots of Dunkirk 'Little Ships' there as well as other interesting water craft!


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Aug 29, 2021 12:51 as a reply to  @ Phoenixuk's post |  #1473

If I was living by a big lake, the second boat is the kind I'd love to have.


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Aug 29, 2021 12:58 |  #1474

unclejohn wrote in post #19277514 (external link)
If I was living by a big lake, the second boat is the kind I'd love to have.

i live by a pretty big lake (Lake Huron) and id be afraid to take that little boat out very far...

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I had an interesting afternoon at the Thames Traditional Boat Festival today. Lots of Dunkirk 'Little Ships' there as well as other interesting water craft!

looks like a modern take on the AmphiCar of the early 60s

the second boat is a right tidy little vessel


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Aug 29, 2021 13:40 |  #1475

"looks like a modern take on the AmphiCar of the early 60s"

I hope tht it's more successful :rolleyes:


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Aug 30, 2021 05:01 |  #1476

A couple more of the Dunkirk 'Little Ships'. It's a shame that the background is of the Regatta stands being dismantled! More information can be found here. https://www.adls.org.u​k/ (external link)


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Aug 30, 2021 10:04 |  #1477

Phoenixuk wrote in post #19277749 (external link)
A couple more of the Dunkirk 'Little Ships'. It's a shame that the background is of the Regatta stands being dismantled! More information can be found here. https://www.adls.org.u​k/ (external link)


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Awesome little ships Mark. Thanks for posting them and keep 'em coming!


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Aug 31, 2021 05:34 |  #1478

Weymouth Harbour in Dorset, UK.

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Aug 31, 2021 05:42 |  #1479

Ltdave wrote in post #19276153 (external link)
what warships are those in the background?

Albany NY has the USS Slater, DE-766 back from Greece where it was the Aetos...

it is one of 12 remaining Destroyer Escorts (about 306' long) but the only one still in its WWII configuration...

Destroyer Velos (Arrow) Fletcher class former USS Charette, and Averoff from 1912, ship museums.


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Aug 31, 2021 16:49 |  #1480

Chicago


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Sep 01, 2021 06:32 |  #1481

New York


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Sep 02, 2021 15:33 |  #1482

The Wells next the Sea Ferry, Norfolk, UK


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Sep 03, 2021 02:56 |  #1483

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Blimey! Do humans actually live at the top of those skyscrapers?-?
You could probably go through several climate changes on the way up-?
Count me out!:-(


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Sep 03, 2021 04:36 |  #1484

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Blimey! Do humans actually live at the top of those skyscrapers?-?
You could probably go through several climate changes on the way up-?
Count me out!:-(

2nd picture, far right the buildings are lakeview apartments rather expensive I would say...


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Sep 03, 2021 05:43 |  #1485

Unitel 135mm f2.8 T-mount


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