Tuesday

Tall Ship - Baltimore Inner Harbor

OWT commented that he liked seeing the tall ships.
This is one that was in the harbor. This is the "back" view.
(I'm sure that is not the correct term to use)

This is the front view.


And the close up of the front. I can't begin to tell you how beautiful this ship was. The crew had the wood polished and shining. It was pretty amazing! I don't know what country this ship was from..... it wasn't a US ship. My sister thought possibly Norway.
(Click on the pics to enlarge)


12 comments:

Rick said...

I told them to wash and wax the ship but do not take it out on a joyride...Just cant get good help.;-).....That is a beautiful ship..I think that Bergen is in Norway..

dot said...

Beautiful pictures of the ship! You did good!

Mike said...

Love the tall ship Kerri. Always a good photo opportunity.

MedaM said...

Another beautiful shots and lovely blue sky.

JAM said...

I saw a similar ship in Galveston once, though it wasn't as large as this one. I've never been sailing but that visit had me wanting to go out on one, a big one like this.

Definitely a beauty.

Old Wom Tigley said...

Thanks Kerri, I owe you one. ha!
Don't worry about the ships terminology, as far as I'm concerned fronts front...and the back back..
I would have loved a walk around it camera at the ready.. ha!
Thankyou for all your comments, to take th time to do is special.. Thank you I feel honoured my friend.

Salty said...

Gorgeous!

You did a terrific job photographing this ship!

After spending quite a bit of time on the Chesapeake I became interested in learning more about the ships I seen there. I soon learned that all one must do is Google a ship’s name to learn all you want to know about her. For example I Googled this ship and found that she was built in 1914 as a school training ship for the German Merchant Marine. For being 93 years old she sure looks great!

Chad Oneil Myers said...

Nice boat images.

USAincognito said...

What a gorgeous ship!! I would love to explore this one someday! :)

Charity said...

I love the picture of those ships! I love ships! They always incite fanstasies of far, far and away! :-)

Anonymous said...

Lovely pictures! But, uh, the first picture is actually the front of the ship, known as the "bow," and the latter two are the rear view (the back of the ship is called the "stern"). I was in Baltimore the other day, but the Statstraad Lehmkhul had already left, and I didn't get a chance to see the Constellation.

Ms. Math said...

Great pictures of the ship! They make me want to set sail!

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