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LW in Monochrome Version
 
OK, so how about a "vintage" look for the tall ship photo?
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Another Lady Washington shot, this one from some guy named Bob. (That's me)
 
The tall ship Lady Washington sails past Point Defiance Park in Tacoma. What I like about this photo is that with the park as background there's very little in the image to give away the date the photo was taken.
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One is home schooled and the other is the daughter of a 20-year Army veteran. BZ to both of them.
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I'm going to need a wheelchair for this!!

I'll be exhausted with the taking a bunch of awesome photo's and trying to walk to each ship! Four tall ships!!

But this is going to be one of those " Rock on" weeks!! :) I'm terribly seasick so getting the shots should be interesting to say the least.....But I'm fascinated by such ships that still use sails!
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My friend Deborah shares a nice shot of the Lady Washington in Puget Sound
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Lady Washington near Point Defiance, WA by +Bob Harbison
 
The tall ship Lady Washington sails past Point Defiance Park in Tacoma. What I like about this photo is that with the park as background there's very little in the image to give away the date the photo was taken.
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+Diane Sangster posted this wonderful shot of the Lady Washington, great lighting on this one.
 
Lady Washington on San Francisco Bay
Each year we look forward to a visit from the tall ships Lady Washington and her sailing companion the Hawaiian Chieftain. The Lady Washington (built in 1989) is a replica of an 18th century merchant sloop. Named "Washington State's Tall Ship Ambassador", as well as the State Ship, the Lady Washington has already made plenty of her own history. Operated by a professional and volunteer crew under the auspices of the Grays Harbor Historical Seaport Authority, she sails up and down the Pacific coast reaching out to sailors and land-lubbers of all ages through the romance of the sea. Bob photographed the Lady from the deck of the Hawaiian Chieftain while on S.F. Bay.

For #HistoryThursday curated by +Matt Shalvatis
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A page for photographers and fans of Tall Ships and other sailing vessels.
 
Share your photos, info on upcoming events, tall ships news, etc.