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Old Jun 1, 2010, 6:40 AM   #11
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Ken, great pics, I like to see old ships like this also. It's great to have people who preserve little bits of history with things like this to give us a snapshot into our past.

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Old Jun 1, 2010, 10:54 AM   #12
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Thanks for the encouragement guys. Seems the only shots I'm taking now are houses for my real estate biz so it was fun to get away and have fun.

Liked the thread on wide angle lenses. That 11-22 is a super one, it'd work out great for interior house shots. The lack of barreling is pretty amazing. Got to sell a couple more houses yet though.

Good bit of history from Ted there. Other reasons why most sailors couldn't swim was not many had time for social and fun stuff, the other was they knew that once in the water there was very little chance of stopping the ship and coming about to find them, once out of sight they were literally lost. So the longer you swam the longer the agony.
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