Discussion in 'Photography, Art & Design' started by bentleya, 25 Jul 2009.
I dunno. I'd support banning the hours of 8am to 6pm
Another from my recent trip to York:
Wildfowl by samkiller42, on Flickr
Air cooling eye candy
A bit of clean beauty that my wife/mua wanted to do. A little different to my usual lighting, was a good experiment (details on Flickr).
Lily clean beauty by JazzXP, on Flickr
Southern Class 377/6 by samkiller42, on Flickr
(click for big)
I havnt posted here in a while.
A couple shots from me, the first of which is probably one of my favs from 2013
Josh Brookes #2 Tyco Suzuki by Polarity Photo, on Flickr
Micheal Rutter #11 - Bathams Honda by Polarity Photo, on Flickr
Skyline by samkiller42, on Flickr
Driftwood by samkiller42, on Flickr
Incoming Waves by samkiller42, on Flickr
Seagulls by samkiller42, on Flickr
Is that HMS Illustrious behind the T45?
Here are a few shots I took with an old canon a720.
I'd really like to get into photography, just can't afford a nice camera. That canons only really good for macro stuff.
I must admit, i don't know, however, it's definatly an Aircraft Carrier. I will try and get a better photo on Sunday, fingers crossed, weather is still good.
Gun Wharf Quays by samkiller42, on Flickr
Hovercraft by samkiller42, on Flickr
Reflections by samkiller42, on Flickr
If it's a carrier, it's probably Illustrious, because she's homeported in Portsmouth. Dunno how often you guys have ships dock outside their homeports, but I know that it's not common.
Still, would apreciate more pics for sure
IMGP0920 by silverfish51, on Flickr
HMS Illustrious by samkiller42, on Flickr
Gun Wharf by samkiller42, on Flickr
IMGP0974 by silverfish51, on Flickr
Not a brilliant photo, but that was the sun rise this morning from the train station before catching the 06:40 to work. Taken on my HTC One X.
Awesome shot, Silver!
I want to visit that wreck one of these days. How fast is it degrading out there exposed to the surf?
I tried twice while we were on vacation to get out to a wreck on the Washington Coast, but both times it was too rough and we turned back. The second time I went out solo, but between the 4 foot swell and the reflected waves from the cliffs, along with the building fog, I gave up. I was literally moving up and down so much in my kayak I was starting to get seasick.
I guess we'll wait until things calm down in May or June and try again. I REALLY want to get out to this wreck!
Well the wreck's been there for nearly eleven years and has been fairly stable for at least the past six. However, the recent chain of storms hasn't been kind. The rate of degradation seem to have accelerated since last November, particularly around the rear port quarter.
Rhenus Maratime Services have an identical ship in the RMS Voerde:
Their 'voerde-general-ga-plan.pdf' download is essentially a blueprint for both ships, so you can see what was there and how much is left.
Also, random youtube video of Voerde.
YouTube video of the Mulheim's wreck.
Good luck, and take a camera.
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