Monday, 6 July 2015

Down at Stornoway Harbour






11 comments:

  1. Love the fisherman sculpture! :) and the boat reflection and the colourful ropes too...

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  2. That's a sad sight is the old fishing vessel.

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  3. Lovely images. I don't know if I'd want to go far in that little boat but seamen are much braver souls than I am. No, I definitely wouldn't want to go out to sea in it. The untidyness of the ropes might be repeated elsewhere on the boat and I wouldn't feel safe. Judgemental old cow I am.

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  4. It's lovely that we've now visited the places that you're photographing - I'm enjoying your Hebrides posts much more this year as a result.

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  5. Lovely thank you for the Photos (No I want steal them just enjoy them :-)

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  6. Lovely photos...is the statue made of wood? It is so lifelike.
    Love the look of the different coloured ropes used to tie the boats up.
    Now I feel like going sailing....sigh....but I have loads of work to do today.

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  7. I love these photographs of Stornoway! I have a SPECIAL reason for doing so! (WINK WINK)
    Tell Pat I said hello! xx

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  8. What a lovely place! It's easy to imagine sailors feeling the compunction to come down and weigh anchor.

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