Discussion in 'Photo Themes' started by Not Neve, Jan 31, 2004.
Vernazza - Cinque Terre, Italy by Phil Marion (177 million views - thanks), on Flickr
A hell of a hull of a boat - Celestun beach, Mexico by Phil Marion (177 million views - thanks), on Flickr
Sunrise as seen from Harbourfront by Phil Marion (184 million views), on Flickr
Kajama after dusk by Phil Marion (184 million views), on Flickr
Sunset over cargo boats and the Chindwin River - Monywa, Myanmar by Phil Marion (184 million views), on Flickr
I just want to say I love all your photos, you do very nice work. If I happen to not comment on any just remember that. TFS.
The African Sanderling anchored in Prince Rupert Harbor.
A few from a trip to the Gaspe Peninsula, Quebec, in July 1970, scanned from transparencies.
Another shot of the Cutty Sark
And since tomorrow (as I post) is Burns Day/Night, here's the source of the name, from Tam O'Shanter...
But here my Muse her wing maun cow'r,
Sic flights are far beyond her pow'r;
To sing how Nannie lap and flang,
(A souple jad she was and strang),
And how Tam stood like ane bewitch'd,
And thought his very een enrich'd;
Even Satan glowr'd and fidg'd fu' fain,
And hotch'd and blew wi' might and main:
Till first ae caper, syne anither,
Tam tint his reason a' thegither,
And roars out, "Weel done, Cutty-sark!"
And in an instant all was dark:
And scarcely had he Maggie rallied,
When out the hellish legion sallied.
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