Tag: ship

Seattle Port

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Shooting video for the port of Seattle.

Seattle Port

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The port of Seattle is an amazing place to get some Images!

Ship Loads

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The ships keep coming and unloading

Sunset Cargo

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tons of cargo getting loaded and unloaded

CargoShip Load

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A Busy day at the port.

Seattle Sunset Port

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A sunset shot of the Port

Sunset Load

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The Port Of Seattle at sunset

Port Of Seattle

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Did a shoot for the port. Got a ship loading for its trip to china .

Before Sunrise

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The 311 metre cruise ship Voyager of the Seas photographed 30 minutes before sunrise

Building Beaches

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The 111 metre dredge Balder R Pumping sand ri rebuild beaches on the Goald Coast.

Boxes on a boat

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Stern view of Ever Daity, a 294 metre container vessel

Stolt Satsuki

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Stolt Satsuki a 127 metre tanker

A large passenger ferry arriving into harbour

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A large passenger ferry arriving into harbour - Arran ferry arriving into Ardrossan Harbour

Galileo G.

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55 metre expedition yacht, Galileo G


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Australian submarine HMAS Waller

Eddie’s boat

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Eddie's boat, washed up on the shore in the 1970s during bad weather. You can just visit the boat if the tide is out, the rest of the day it is covered by the salty water of the Atlantic. That is why it's conditio...

Stenaweco Impulse

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Stenaweco Impulse, a 183 metre oil tanker


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The Gargantua... Crippled during a storm on the Great Lakes in 1952 leaving the vessel stranded in open waters. The Gargantua was towed into a calm bay for repairs, only to become lodged in the sandy shallows. A fire ...

Marex Noa

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Marex Noa, a 124 metre tanker at sea

how waves are made

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cut the reflection.

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