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Wooden Ships Photograph - Ocean View by Robert Lacy

Ocean View is a photograph by Robert Lacy which was uploaded on July 31st, 2012.

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Robert Lacy replied:

Thanks, David!

I just bought this beauty yesterday for my husband's birthday. He's going to LOVE it. Thank you, Robert!

Robert Lacy replied:

Hi Cathleen. Thank you so much for your lovely comment and for purchasing a print. I Hope your husband will be happy for his present. Wish him a happy birthday from the photographer:))

Wonderful image! Congratulations on your sale!!!

That is a great viewpoint and perspective. Love that b/w treatment. Congratulations on your sale! F

Excellent perspective, Robert. Great clarity. Congratulations. - Mike

Very cool....Congrats on your sale!

Robert Lacy replied:

Thanks, Fiona:))

Amazing image! Congrats!

Robert Lacy replied:

Thanks, Joan:))

Great composition!! Beautiful B&W! One of my favorires. f/v

Robert Lacy replied:

Thank you, Bobby:))

WOW really awesome shot. Composition, view, perspective, treatment... very daring. I'm keeping this one in my wish list for my walls. FVW

Robert Lacy replied:

Thanks, Scott:))

Ah Awesome shot Robert! Reminds me of time spent in a Boatswain's chair. V/F

Robert Lacy replied:

Thanks very much, Bob. I appreciate the comment and I'm glad it brought some memories for you.

Congrats on your sale Robert and This shot is Super!!! I get vertigo just looking at it!!! Great work!! v/f

Robert Lacy replied:

Thanks Jan. It was loads of fun. I hope to do it all again next summer.

Congrats on your sale!!

Robert Lacy replied:

Thanks Ronald.

WOW! You were up there?! Unbelievable courage! Congrats on your sale! F

Robert Lacy replied:

Thanks Ausra. No great courage involved though. Sailors climb all over the rigging all the time and as for me, I had a safety harness on, so it was safer than crossing your average city street. Lots of fun though.

Wow! Amazing!

Congratulations Robert on your sale and also for making the climb to get this great B&W perspective shot! I'm not much of a sailor, but this is excellent sailing photography--makes me want to get on board! ~Jeff

Very well done, congratulations.

Robert Lacy replied:

Thanks Ed!

Spectacular and Wonderful, Robert ! All the Best, Juergen

Robert Lacy replied:

Thanks Juergen for the visit and kind words!

Stunning shot Robert, great perspective, clarity and contrast - thumbs up!

Robert Lacy replied:

Thanks Eric!

I'm glad you were able to get this shot so I don't have to. :-) Fantastic!

Robert Lacy replied:

Thanks Odd! I am sure a Viking like yourself would feel perfectly at home on the rigging:-)

Nice Robert. I've been there on a 22 foot boat. Didn't take too long for the swaying to start getting to me though. This boat would have been much more stable, especially under sail. Nice image!

Robert Lacy replied:

Thanks Fred. It was a real fun day on the job!

HA!!! And here I was so all-fired excited and impressed by your 'daring' to climb up the bowsprit!!!! ;0)) So. You must be pretty comfortable on sailboats and amongst the masts and the sails? But if not, you are very brave!!! That is ALSO another thing I'd love to do!!! I suppose they wouldn't just let ANYone go up there, my chances are slim. Just want you to know I'm so very in AWE of this shot of yours and your forgotten foot be danged! Who cares??! ;0)) Beautiful and spectacular shot, my friend!! Excelent! Faves!! and voted.

Robert Lacy replied:

Thanks again Julie. I am sure that you can find a crew who would let you climb the rigging. After all they let a rank sailboat novice like me but with a safety harnesses and, all in all, it is remarkably safe. I was so keen to get this shot that I would have done it without the safety harness - honest! It is a funny thing with heights - as long as I have something to hang onto I have no fear of climbing but stick me on the edge of a cliff and my legs go to rubber!

I'm very moved my friend - exceptional in every way! All the best brother!! . .....Joe

Excellent work Robert.

Robert Lacy replied:

Thanks Mal! I always appreciate your feedback.

Spectacular!!! Love B&W - very high end photography! A winner my friend! . ...........Joe

Robert Lacy replied:

Thanks so much. I hope you don't mind me borrowing one of your sayings once again Joe, but you have put wind in sails yet again:-) So this one's for you!

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