German Tallship - Dublin, Ireland

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by Renair, Oct 6, 2008.

  1. Renair

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    Taken 7.15am
    Nikon D300
    Processed in Adobe Lightroom 2.0
     
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    Whoa, very impressive shot of the ship at dusk! I really like this one
     
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    Nicely done and much enjoyed....I would think the full sized image would be stunning.

    Cheers
     
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    Thanks guys, its pretty impressive alright, sending off this weekend for a poster, I guess it proves my point about always carry your camera, sometimes you just get lucky!
     
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    Well done (as usual)!
     
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    nice shot....very beautiful.
     
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    nice shot and yes - always carry your camera! :D
     
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    Nice. That looks like the Gorch Fock II, a three masted barque built as a training ship in 1958. I've been on the 1933 Gorch Fock when it was the Tovarisch (now re-renamed as the Gorch Fock I), but not the Gorch Fock II.

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    Edit: The US Coast Guard's Eagle is a sister ship to the Gorch Fock series, originally called the Horst Wessel (a few vessels were built to the original GF design).
     
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  9. Renair

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    Helen, it is the Gorch Fock II, well spotted.
     
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    Focking Cool

    I love the sky its like dark, but not really dark yet
     
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    Stands in amazement at Helen B. :cyclops:

    Great image Renair
     
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    Actually, I have friends, who have friends, whose family members, and freinds were on that ship, and died. But, I am not sure if we're talking about the same thing. Which one are you talking about. I am talking about the Titanic. That is the world's largest ship to be built. NO other ship, will beat that!
     

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