Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Ocean Pride III

When B and I went up to Portsmouth last weekend, I just happened to shoot this working boat.

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I'll be damned, if it didn't come strolling into Gloucester Harbor the next day.
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11 comments:

The Giraffe Head Tree said...

That's one gorgeous working boat!

PeregrineSea said...

Great photo of a well kept boat - she looks fairly new and proudly painted with great detailing!

Chris said...

Hey hey, she got you ;-) Beautiful pictures... So is it a Gloucester or a Portsmouth boat ;-)

A New England Life said...

And what are the chances of you capturing it as it came in! Good for you Steve!

I've shot that boat before too. Looking through my photos though I don't see the Amanda T anywhere.

Boy the paint factory is looking pretty rough these days.

snapperoni said...

Ocean pride.. ahha, the name really stands out in the photo (I haven't even read the title).

I love the second photo bext. It's a very beautiful blue against the background. Like a contrast between old and new.

cindyzlogic said...

Cool!! I wonder what they're after? I love your sea pics! (land-locked in Kansas, USA)

Tammie Lee said...

wonderful photos, I love how colorful they are. The movement in the second is so inviting.

Denise said...

A happy coincidence. The Ocean Pride is a pretty boat and these are great photographs.

Tabib said...

Wow!.. so blue.
You should be proud of this beautiful pics of Pride Boat at two locations.

Eve said...

The boat is adorable (can I use that term for a boat??) but the colors you captured make is just pop out of the computer! As usual Steve, wonderful!

Jarrod King said...

Its an Portsmouth offshore gillnetter it goes for hake,pollack (coalfish) and monkfish. Its also my dads boat

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