... with open eyes, and a generous heart, there is awe 'round many a corner ...
And that's what ya do with a drunken sailor! Tra-la. Love sea shanties!
Gorgeous boats, adorable old salts, and great old songs. Cacophony, I'm sure, but what fun!Kay, Alberta
Fun, indeed. The entire festival, weather not withstanding, was a wave of intense pleasure and fun. And with the muffled city as a backdrop it was a moment of contemplation for me, which I treasured immensely.
You create great advertisements for Sydney! Next time I visit I must look-out for old salts!
Oh, that last shot's a beaut. And now I've got sea shanties piping around inside my brain.
*grin*That happened to me, also. Had the crowd been smaller, I would have jiggled around until I had the reflection just so ...
Don't think you could have improved on it. As for the quote...not Silverstein. Rather one of those other children's book authors, who, rumor has it, lives in Brattleboro in the very shadow of Brattcat. (-:
Interesting combination of shots.
I'm in love. My dad used to have a converted wooden fishing boat, until he sold it and got a fibreglass one - just wasn't the same.
Wait 'til you see tomorrow's collage ...
One of those ropes in the last pic looks a bit frayed! What an interesting topic - thanks
More delightful shots!!! Love your portraits of the musicians and boatwright!!!
That last shot is a total winner. What wonderful textures.
The craftsmanship is amazing.
Wonderful shots again. I like the photo with the boatbuilder very much.
Hey isn't that the same guy caressing the wood .. the shot that drew me in yesterday.
Yep, same old codger. He REALLLY loved that job. Those hands are so skilled ... different shot but. Not just cropped or anything ...
This is truly old world charm...
Wonderful photographs,just real good!
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