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Jan 16, 2005 03:35 |  #1

G'Day All.
Two sequential photos of the Oriental Sun (72,400DWT) departing Newcastle for far-away lands. From the look of the swell, I hope they've packed the sea-sick pills :-) !


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Jan 16, 2005 06:53 |  #2

yikes
rock and roll is the perfect expression for what is happening


lovely to see.

the boat may not be straight but at least you got the horizon right
which is more then I ever do
(mostly):lol: :lol: :lol:


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Jan 16, 2005 10:48 as a reply to  @ marie's post |  #3

Better find their sea legs!


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Jan 16, 2005 20:57 |  #4

Thanks for the comments.
Marie - I cheated, it was on a monopod. if I handhold things the horizon usaully slopes in the direction of the shutter button, when I press down :-).

I tried to make an animation out of it but doesn't work very well unfortunately :-)


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