Saturday, 15 December 2007

Early Christmas

I took this photo last summer, no Christmas, I think they celebrated some finished work at their boat.

15 comments:

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

LOL! They just need a few lights! :-D

Nice capture.

Oswegan said...

It's good. I love the lines and angles.

~Oswegan

Amrita said...

lights anytime

dot said...

Nice picture! I would not have wanted to climb way up there.
Hope you enjoy all your days off!

'Through-JoAnn's-Digital-Eyes' said...

Hi Dick,

Prima foto met toch een beetje ijle winterlucht...Mooie lijnene van de kabels/touwen.

Kom je kijken naar mijn 'alternatieve' kerst decoratie? (beterschap)een Prettig weekend:)

JoAnn

oldmanlincoln said...

Does it have something to do with their completing a refitting? Or is it for the holidays?

Nice shot.

Andrea said...

Nice picture. It is amazing how boats are made and they float....better yet how planes are built and they stay in the air. Good thing I didn't build them.

As for your question on my blog, no, I do not play the piano. I wish I did. Our daughter started taking piano lessons when she was 7 1/2 years old. When she was 14 she became our church pianist. She is now 25 and has been our church pianist all these years. She did take off about 3 months when she had brain surgery to remove a cancerous brain tumor and through her radiation. But she is cancer free now and playing the piano again.

happyone said...

They sometimes put trees on top of tall buildings when they are completed too.
Great photo.

Lilli & Nevada said...

Now that is an interesting site, yeh lights would be really nice on that

Isadora said...

:) Yes, probably so. In Hungary they do the same on house construction - and the tree they stick on top has ribbons too.

Although you don't see much of the boat, it is still exiting.

USAincognito said...

Huh....fascinating!

imac said...

Sorta got roped in to this one, haha.

Like the angles and amount of ropes, good photo.

Old Wom Tigley said...

ha! great capture, I missed it at first,, silly me

Dick said...

Thank you Dot I hope the same for you.

Yes Abe I think it was something like that.

Andrea, thank you for your answer.

RuneE said...

If it's like here - that is what they did. Sometimes they use a flag.
The company is to stand them a glass of "the good stuff" to mark the occasion, otherwise...