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A Couple Of Puffers..no Not Puffins


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#1 geedee


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Posted 10 February 2018 - 10:25 AM

Took these a while back thought there might be some interest given these are amongst the last of their type.  Much of the Island and mainland communities on Scotland`s West coast had little to no road links suitable for bulk loads and these little boats were the lifeline with their hard bottoms they would go in as far as possible to many places at high tide and be unloaded when the tide would allow folk get their horses and carts out to them....Yeah, not great pics but preserving history is for me a very important part of photography..


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Posted 10 February 2018 - 11:39 AM

Good stuff. I like nos 1 ansd 2.  The container roof gets in the way in no.3.

The crane hook gets in the way a bit and gives a clutter vibe,  You might clone in out  ?

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