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Notorious The Pirate Ship

Blair Stuart

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Philadelphia, PA - United States

Very cool shot!!

Haddam, CT - United States

Stunning work, Blair. v/f, pinned to my "Art Worth Looking At" board on Pinterest.

Highland, Sc - United Kingdom

Great work Blair!

Blair Stuart replied:

Many thanks Dave, appreciate your feedback and thank you also for Featuring this shot in your "Beach and Ocean Life" Group....blessings Blair

Sherman Oaks, CA - United States

You have such a good eye!! Excellent composition!! f/v

Blair Stuart replied:

Cheers Bobby, your feedback is much appreciated and valued. Thanks too for the v/f

MERCED, CA - United States

Blair - first rate composition, a masterful piece of work, sea, sky, and ship!! F/V

Blair Stuart replied:

Thank you Pg, your visits are greatly appreciated and welcomed. Thank you for the kind and gracious feedback and the f/v too

Long Beach, CA - United States

Wonderful image and description, Blair. Excellent colors, clouds, and composition! f/v

Blair Stuart replied:

Cheers Heidi, thanks for dropping by I appreciate the feedback, v/f and your kind words...Blair

Oxenford, Qu - Australia

Thank you Catalina, appreciate the feedback and the f/v. My apologies for the delay in responding, have been on a road trip

Palma, - Spain

Really Fantastic photo, Blair! F/V!

Azuga, PH - Romania

Wonderful image !!!

Blair Stuart replied:

Many thanks Sorin, your visits and feedback are most welcomed and appreciated

Castrop - Rauxel, NR - Germany

The sky looks like a storm is brewing and give the great image a perfect style Blair - Chris (F/V)

Blair Stuart replied:

Cheers Christiane, your comments, feedback and v/f are always welcomed and appreciated. My thanks for your on-going support

Yaroslavl, Ya - Russian Federation

Fine shot! V

Blair Stuart replied:

Thanks for stopping by Evgeny, I appreciate your comments and vote.

Buffalo, NY - United States

blair sorry i have not been around much just busy but i had to comment on this one as i love the picture ...............things like this we do not see in buffalo ........this is as cool as it gets nice job . vote and in my favs .

Blair Stuart replied:

Thanks Michael, I really appreciate you taking the time to comment on this piece, I thank you also for your kind words and the f/v....cheers Blair

Oxenford, Qu - Australia

Cheers Mate, I thank you for your kind words and the feedback, they are most appreciated

Worcester, MA - United States

Those clouds are beautiful and the lighting on the ship is nice and mysterious. Sets the mood up perfectly. Nice one Blair!

Santa Rosa De Calamuchita, Co - Argentina

What an interesting story! Fantastic photo! What is not to love about this one? V&F

Blair Stuart replied:

Thank you Nelieta, I greatly appreciate your comments, support and the v/f

Strykersville, NY - United States

This has to be my favorite of the three latest...this composition and your treatment give that historic feel, the sky is just awesome and the evening light adds drama. Fabulous information too Blair. F/V

Blair Stuart replied:

Cheers Lianne, your input is greatly appreciated and valued, thanks too for the f/v. This one is certainly one of my favorites too.... Blair

Seattle, WA - United States

Excellent composition, Blair. Love the backdrop of clouds. Great shot. f/v

Blair Stuart replied:

Cheers Tim, your feedback, f/v and support is much appreciated

Yokohama - Japan

Blair, excellent composition and contrast, love the angle you have chosen here with the wide open sea and those gorgeous clouds! vote/fav!

Blair Stuart replied:

Cheers Dean, always such great and encouraging feedback, my thanks also for the vote / fav

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Notorious The Pirate Ship

Artist

Blair Stuart

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Photograph - Digital Images

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NOTORIOUS a little bit of information about this vessel
Sailing out of history
Graeme managed to build a 15th century Portuguese ship in his backyard. "They said you couldn't do it. Then they said it wouldn't float. And then they said it wouldn't sail. But here I am," Mr Wylie said
"She's terrific in the water. She's everything I hoped for."

This week's journey from Port Fairy to Geelong actually began 12 years ago, when he began planning a ship any pirate would be proud to own.

In the 10 years' full-time work it took the cabinet-maker and keen sailor to craft the 55-tonne wooden ship by hand in his Bushfield back yard, many were quick to laugh at his apparent folly.
Graeme, 54, said he never wavered in his belief that he could and would build a ship to sail the world.

The result is a 21m wide, 17m tall marvel that can cruise at up to seven knots and take spectators back in time. That is no accident.

Mr Wylie was inspired by the legendary Mahogany Ship, a Portuguese explorer thought shipwrecked in 1522 on the wild coast west of Warrnambool.

Brought to life with just $20,000 and old-fashioned methods. The builder drafted the design - without a computer - from pictures of the ships used by pirates and conquerors - Portuguese caravels - fashioning the "nimble and shallow- drafted" vessel by salvaging fallen cypress trees off farms and using an abandoned ironbark for the keel.

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