A SHUTTERBUG EXPLORES ~ 101 ~ ABC WEDNESDAY ~ B

B for Boat on Cape Ann MA

It is really a reproduction of a schooner and owner probably would not like to have it be called a boat. Yet, it fits for ABC ~ an

 'across the pond blog.' Fun!

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A 'sepia toned' version of the Schooner of how it might
have looked in the 19th century.

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Comments

  1. They always speak to imagination, at least to me they do.... I would love to be on one someday and photograph from the water to the land instead of backwards

    Have a nice ABC-day / - week
    Melody (abc-w-team)
    http://melodymusic.nl/21-b/

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  2. Great photo indeed, warm greetings to you!

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  3. I am sure the owner of this schooner would be rolling if they heard this beauty addressed as a boat. ha.. Great photo.

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  4. Heisann, anyway, boat or not, it´s a lovely vessel! Great shot! ;:OD)

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  5. I'd love to be one of those people on the "boat"-so long as I had my anti nausea meds:):) Love the sepia toned version too!

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  6. A rose is a rose is a rose a,d I guess the same thing can be said of boats, even if they have a sail. Lovely image, - love the sepia.

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  7. Oh I really love the sepia toned version! It's beautiful!

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  8. I enjoy seeing schooners under sail. Thanks!

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  9. Well, BOAT is the broader term, so it works for me!

    ROG, ABCW

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  10. A wnderful shot! I like both images and love the sepia tone.

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  11. Well it's a boat to me too. I spent last week on a pontoon and we call that a boat.
    Ann

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  12. Using the people on the "boat" for perspective, it's a pretty BIG schooner!

    Leslie
    abcw team

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  13. Elegant 'boat', I'll raise a schooner glass to it. I like your sepia take.

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  14. I like the way the sepia toned version really does look old.

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  15. Wonderful photo of the schooner/boat! Wouldn't mind a tour of the lake in it

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  16. great photo of the ship :) love seeing them in sail

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  17. It's perfect in sepia! Could be from generations ago!! I love this. Carol, you and I seem to have traded blogging patterns ... I used to try to blog every day or two but found I couldn't keep up -- I've gone to a once-a-week post like you used to do, trying to cover all the memes that I enjoy. It just depends what's right for you at the time -- I like your new format very much too.

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  18. I once called a boat a ship, or was it a ship a boat, and got a lecture that went in one ear and out the other. I should've listened.

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  19. I forgot how much I enjoy sepia. I need to start exploring it again, especially in light of my new environment.

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