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Cape Harrison, Labrador

A dangerous leeward coast in the days of sail. Even in the clearing weather the Northern Ranger was really rolling.




On October 29 2009 240 Views



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Elkstar On 30/10/2009

i like the stormy look... but i am happy tohave my feet on solid ground! ;)


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Hikingangel On 30/10/2009

wow rough water wonderful pic


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Gertrudsdottir On 30/10/2009

Love your grand-uncle anecdote. I can tell you, I'd be one of the grey-haired walking-aid ladies fighting to get close. There's such scarcity of men in these homes, and large concentrations of chattering lone females (of any age) are not my cup of tea.


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Ajs On 30/10/2009

It'd be a two-legged dishwasher even now. The gold would come off in a machine.

That's a choppy sea! Fabulous light on those waves though!


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Zekemie On 29/10/2009

You caught the feeling of the northern, cold and icy ocean. It looks like it is getting ready to freeze.


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Gertrudsdottir On 29/10/2009

You caught a spectacular scene there. Wouldn't like to be in there in my dinghy :)

Re starlings - they're something of a pest here, too. Flock the towns, eat the berries, cover sidewalks and cars in droppings, etc. Apart from all that, the flocks are a thing to watch (and listen to).
Ciao,


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Naoseidasquantas On 29/10/2009

the water looks like milk. dangerous and cold milk.


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Dibabittersweet On 29/10/2009

awesome!
impressive black&white..

take care


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Alansky22 On 29/10/2009

Looks VERY dangerous.

Did you ever read 'Set of the Sails' by Alan Villier? Great true story of the final days of the last tea-clippers racing round Cape Horn :-) Stirs the blood :-) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alan_Villiers





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