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V is for Vessel

Posted by
sithenah (Greater Manchester/Cheshire, United Kingdom) on 15 June 2010 in Plant & Nature and Portfolio.

On Stanner Bank by Granny's Bay at Fairhaven, Lytham St Annes, Lancashire, UK.

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Panasonic DMC-FZ18 1/60 second F/3.6 ISO 100 186 mm (35mm equiv.)

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SparkleFarkle from United States

Beautiful <i>vesselly</i> image! Vessel... <i>vessel</i>.. That reminds me of Danny Kaye's funny "The Pellet with the Poison's in the Vessel" routine in <i>The Court Jester</i>! LOL! (Enjoy <a href="">THE CLIP</a> here!)

15 Jun 2010 5:55pm

Mara from Netherlands

A great shot, although I do wonder whether this boat could still be used on the water!

PS: my word verification: report nesbit. How brilliant is that?

15 Jun 2010 7:05pm

Leslie from Canada

That is one fabulous shot! Love how the plants have grown through the bottom - or were they planted there?

15 Jun 2010 7:13pm

Strawberry Jam Anne from Somerset, United Kingdom

Great V choice - I love the picture. A

15 Jun 2010 9:17pm

Manang Kim from United States

Oh wow once a beauty
in the middle of the sea
is now lonely
what can you see?

15 Jun 2010 10:01pm

Tumblewords from United States

High and dry. A charming planter. I love this photo.

15 Jun 2010 11:21pm

Carol from Chiloquin, United States

Ohhh, love it! I want one for my yard!

16 Jun 2010 3:31am

chrisj from carlsbad, CA, United States

I love the idea, but I don't think it will float!

16 Jun 2010 5:12am

Gattina from Belgium

What a nice decoration if you live near the sea. In my garden it would look rather ridiculous, lol !

16 Jun 2010 5:27am

Jingle from United States

simple but beautiful v post.

16 Jun 2010 8:39am

Roger Green from Albany, NY, United States

looks like the boat has literally gone to seed! nice shot.

16 Jun 2010 9:08am

`Paul from Minneapolis, United States

nicely framed. great post.

16 Jun 2010 4:50pm

Panasonic DMC-FZ18
1/60 second
ISO 100
186 mm (35mm equiv.)