She is the reason....
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|Yep this lady is the reason , why I am not very active on TL this week. The Master of the ship is from Chios Island in Greece. He happens to be almost a neighbor of a Captain who visited our port for fifteen years. So I am currently working on a DVD project for both of these gentlemen. But I need to work through 15 years of analogic photographs..... Do I need to say more (LOL!) |
The ship shifted this morning to Trois-Rivieres. I have until Sunday to complete my works...... Then she will sail for Baie-Comeau, Qc. So please, be patient , I will be back as soon as possible with my critiques. These days I am shooting 50-100 shots per day taking advantage of the autumn colors, and busy days on the docks.
Tomorrow , I will have lunch on board , and the Captain will come home later on. So I have very limited time to work actually. I hope I won't run short of time.... (^_^)
Thank you for your kind critiques and comments.
TYPE PANAMAX GEARLESS BULK CARRIER
IMO NO. 9225055
GROSS TONNAGE 40,570 TONS
NET TONNAGE 24,975 TONS
BUILT MAY 2001
BUILDER SAMHO HEAVY INDUSTRIES CO., LTD., REPUBLIC OF KOREA
CLASS LLOYD'S REGISTER OF SHIPPING
DEADWEIGHT 75,211 M/T ON SUMMER DRAFT
DRAFT 14.167 M ON SUMMER DRAFT
SPEED ABT 14.00 KNOTS
CONSUMPTION 36 M/T
CARGO CAPACITY 3,182,716 FT3
LENGTH 224.97 M
BEAM 32.25 M
MAIN ENGINE B & W 6S60 MC 15190 BHP X 96 RPM
PS. Deadweight Ton —"DWT" —A unit of a vessel's capacity for cargo, fuel oil, stores and crew, measured in metric tons of 1,000 kilograms. A vessel's DWT or total deadweight is the total weight the vessel can carry when loaded to a particular load line.
Technically: well tonight not much fancy framing (^_^). Just added a simple black border and title. Cropped the image. Slightly reduced the luminosity.
Have a great weekend!
Pudipie, sjurgensen, Sylvaing8, captainsgirl, cstathoulis, meagan, Guillem69, karthik3393 trouve(nt) cette note utile
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We will all be here when you get back so scram and get your task done.
You are gifted to have beautiful photograph been successful with always good subjects presented to us Cheer!
Traduction Babel Fish
Wonderful lighting, sharp and detailed. And the colors are bright and saturated. Nice POV and angle of the ship. -Lara
- [2006-10-07 5:31]
Every time itia amazing how big and impressive these ships are.
Also the oportunity for you to shoot those pictures during your job is special.
nice crisp colors, course if there is water involved can't go wrong with me! Love it.. TFS
- [2006-10-07 10:19]
Robert...lovely lighting and detail. Hope your hard work goes really well...I am sure it will.
So this is the lady that stole you away from us. :))
But that's OK, beacause her master is Greek. :))
Excellent POV and beautiful vivid colours!! I like the warm sun light and contrast!
Very well done and TFS
- [2006-10-09 5:55]
again Robert, I am enjoying your colours and clarity..sharpness! TFS Meagan
Nice ship photograph and explanation. Thanks
Woah. This one is the best I liked of the ship photos I saw from your profile. The calmness of the water and the enormity of the ship... make it contrasting in a way.
And your notes are very intriguing.
Hope to catch up on mroe of ur posts