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High and Dry

By marshfam19
Thank you for taking the time to look at my image and your kind comments and votes on yesterdays image.

When I saw this boat I just had to take a picture because I spent a long time wondering what the story was behind it, how on earth did it managed to get there, the tide never came near it and I don't think it would be very sea worthy, anyway it kept me entertained for a while wondering.

Thanks again for looking and have a great Thursday.

Mary

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Voters: ColleenA, cabbie, colijohn and 23 more


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ColleenA Plus
3 315 3 Australia
17 Oct 2013 9:58AM
Looks like someone has turned it into a place to live...seen it's last sailing days for sure...great find

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Hermanus 3 4 South Africa
17 Oct 2013 10:16AM
An interesting image Mary Smile Could fuel the imagination this one Smile
17 Oct 2013 10:20AM
Fascinating picture, Mary.
Well spotted!
EMJAYCEE Plus
6 9 10 England
17 Oct 2013 11:58AM
Was someone's pride and joy once and now it stands lone and neglected.Sad You've got the forlorn look captured perfectly.
Joan.
Bantu Plus
2 6 1 India
17 Oct 2013 1:14PM
really beautiful location.
steve_fdr 3 2 United Kingdom
17 Oct 2013 3:59PM
Well spotted and captured, I'm sure there is a fantastic story behind the boat.
JuBarney Plus
4 10 3 United Kingdom
17 Oct 2013 5:23PM
An intriguing find well captured.
Ju
NDODS Plus
5 4.9k 125 United Kingdom
17 Oct 2013 5:39PM
Great digs, great image, very well observed and photographed Mary..

Regards Nathan GrinGrinGrin
pamelajean Plus
10 949 1784 United Kingdom
17 Oct 2013 9:09PM
I recognised this straight away, Mary. It's near the end of Fishery Creek on Hayling Island, where I used to live. I passed it nearly every day when walking the dog. Believe it or not, the tide does come in there, but the water is never deep enough for this houseboat to be able to take to sea. It used to be lived in, but I watched it slowly deteriorate and in the end just couldn't imagine anyone still living there.
Here is a picture of it from my portfolio, with a v2 closeup.
a great and interesting find [super].


billy
19 Oct 2013 9:53AM
Great find and interesting theory . with a little digital playing about you could make the boat back to it's beautiful fantasy .
20 Oct 2013 4:48PM
Great image of somebodies long term restoration projectGrin
1881 3 India
23 Oct 2013 6:47PM
Well spotted and captured, I admited.


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