... with open eyes, and a generous heart, there is awe 'round many a corner ...
That is a spectacular capture. So cool in monochrome. I feel I should be holding my ears!
Love it! Great image.
I agree with Wayne. I can almost hear it. I love tug boats, almost bought one to convert to a live-aboard when I was young, living in Vancouver, and have always been sorry I didn't.
She's surely a fine old lady! I like the contrast of dark and light, smooth and "fluffy".
They do have loud horns for such small ships.
Julie, it looks like you were an erstwhile passenger. I love the gleaming stacks and roiling steam.
Nice. I like the contrast and the upward angle.
Whoa!This is a FANTASTIC shot!!Makes me feel all Robert Downey Jnr in Sherlock Holmes (??!)
Very dramatic, good lines. Congrats on making the wall.
What a ripper shot. Steam is such a photographically pleasing era. Catching it under when going under the bridge was very clever in terms of composition -- giving you just the contrast you needed.
Wonderful shot.Sydney - City and Suburbs
Great contrasts, very smart composition!
Well done, Julie.
I lay on the deck for about 100m to capture this!! It was blowing a gale and the entire eastern seabord was under a 'severe weather event' which I thought was but a storm - but what would an old codger like me know!!
A stunner!!!!!!! Especially in b/w. Nice work.
Fabulous photo in all respects. Kudos.
You have caught the charm of these old steamers just right - and it MUST be b & w.PS The original statue was of a yellowish sandstone - the background was all kind of things. Photoshop is a is a very nice tool :-)
What a great shot ... it's amazing!
I particularly like this picture! Light is perfect and the outlook is very good!Bye !!
Thank you, my friends. It was a glorious experience and a pleasure to share with you.
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