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Tall Ship Photos Art Print featuring the photograph I Thought I Saw Three Sailing Ships Three Sailing Ships Early In The Morn N by Michael Hoard

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I Thought I Saw Three Sailing Ships Three Sailing Ships Early In The Morn N Art Print

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I Thought I Saw Three Sailing Ships Three Sailing Ships Early In The Morn N art print by Michael Hoard.   Our prints are produced on acid-free papers using archival inks to guarantee that they last a lifetime without fading or loss of color. All art prints include a 1" white border around the image to allow for future framing and matting, if desired.

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Hello Alexander thank you so much for viewing I Thought I Saw Three Sailing Ships Three Sailing Ships Early In The Morn'n, it pleases me his photo appeals to you and I appreciate the veery generous comment on my capture of tall ship mast. Cheers and Happy Lundi Gras and Mardi Gras, Michael Hoard Actor, Artist and Photographer....

Hello Chuck, thank you so much for the feature of I Thought I Saw Three Sailing Ships Three Sailing Ships Early In The Morn'n in the group Ships, Boats and Dinghies I sure appreciate that, Cheers and Happy Lundi Gras and Mardi Gras, Michael Hoard Actor, Artist and Photographer.

Watched, Wowed, Loved, Voted, Faved! If I were rich I would have bought this image. It is worth to be fixes on the wall.

Hello Klaas, thank you so much for the feature I Thought I Saw Three Sailing Ships Three Sailing Ships Early In The Morning in the group II Mio Mondo, I sure apprecaite this very much, Michael

Hello Shawn, thank you for the feature I Thought I Saw Three Sailing Ships Three Sailing Ships Early In The Morn' n in the group Seasons of Beauty, I appreciate that, Michael

Hello Photography Moment, thank you for viewing I Thought I Saw Three Sailing Ships Three Sailing Ships Early In The Morning, the vote and the comment, I appreciate that Michael

Hello Scott, thank you so much for your comment and viewing I Thiought I Saw Three Sailing Ships Three Sailing Ships Early In The Morn'n, this is the actual photo as I cropped thru the lens. This setting on my Olympus EOS 10 was perfect setting....Michael

Oh, wow, I love this. I really like the geometry of the mast, booms and rigging, I don't know if you saw it that way through the lens or post cropped, it? Either way it's brilliant.

Hello John my friend, I hope all is well with you. I appreciate you viewing my gallery and my nautical photos appeal to you, thanks for the V/F, Cheers, Michael

Beautiful work Michael! V/F

Hello Nadine and Bob thank you so much for the feature I thought I Saw Three ailing Ships Three Sailing Ships Early In The Morning, ahoy mate, I sure appreciate that, all hands on deck, cast all lines, Cheers, Michael

Hello Frist Star Art, thanks for the generous comments, ahoy mate, all hands on deck, cast all lines.....

Ahoy mate, I am ready, thanks for the generous comment, Cheers, Michael

LOVE this series so much Michael!! It makes me want to sail away!! :^D --- jrr

Hello First Star Art, thank you so much for the feature I Thought I Saw Three Saling Ships Three Sailing Ships Early In The Morn N in the group Heroes and Heroines, I sure do appreciate that, Michael

Hello Nadine and Bob, thank you so much for the feature I thought I Saw Three Sailing Ships, Three Sailing Ships Early In The Morn N, I appreciate that, Michael

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The photo with the mast and sail is the actual feature photo on the home page of Abstract photography, yet when you click on the the photo another photo from my gallery is visible in its place......

The photo with the mast and sails is the actual feature yet when you click on the photo there is another photo from my gallery in its place. The mast and three sails i in the feature page of Abstract photography.

Hello Omaste, wow thank you so much for including I Thought I Saw Three Sailing Ships Three Sailing Ships Early In The Morning in the group Abstract photography, I appreciate that very much, Cheers, Michael Hoard

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Artist's Description

Copyright Warning Do Not Alter My Photography Notes: Detail of one of the three tall sailing ships which were in the Port of New Orleans, Louisiana. The U.S. Navy in commeration of the War of 1812 selected New Orleans as host of three tall sailing ships. The three ships in port were the U.S.Navy Coast Guard tall ship Barque Eagle, The Guayas a three masted tall sailing ship and Indonesia's KRI Dewaruci. The KRI Dewaruci was built in Germany 1932 and launched iin 1953, it was named after a mythological Indonesian god of truth.

About Michael Hoard

Michael Hoard

Greetings and a southern welcome from "The City that Care Forgot", New Orleans, Louisiana USA!!! Recent recipient of The City of New Orleans Mayor's Community Excellence Award at The National World War II Museum on November 19,2016 for my involvement in The New Orleans initiative Welcome Table and my Equity Circle City Monument Concept and Design -of a urban conversation place for the neighborhood Mid-City the heart of New Orleans, community and visitors. Recently received gallery recognition from an editor of The National Geographic Magazine an image now one of 43,000 photographic images as a permanent archival site photograph. New Orleans pronounced Nawlins by locals and visitors. My art and photography is available for all...

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