Water Water Everywhere .

Posted by
Jeff & Pat (Pembroke Dock, ! Wales !, United Kingdom) on 17 October 2013 in Documentary & Street.

I'm glad it wasn't raining as well .

Doug from Burnham-on-Sea, United Kingdom

Nice capture Jeff

17 Oct 2013 7:05am

@Doug: Thanks Doug .

grouser from Ludlow, United Kingdom

Yes lovely composition

17 Oct 2013 7:35am

@grouser: Appreciate Grouse .

Vaido from Võrumaa, Estonia

Lot of water indeed... What could be purpose for that?

17 Oct 2013 8:57am

@Vaido: As we have oil and gas refineries in the haven, the Tugs are all equipped with fire fighting capabilities, I luckily chanced on this one testing it's pumps.

Toscana from Baden, France

Were they saying hello to the lighthouse ?? :-))
I like a lot the contrasts here ( and that you recovered internet ...)
Have a nice day my friend, Catherine

17 Oct 2013 9:05am

@Toscana: That's not a lighthouse it's one of the gas refinery chimneys we're plagued with. Today i'm back in the kitchen making Ciabatta bread, so I am having a nice day . ;>)

BiLL from Belfast, United Kingdom

No rain? Obviously not photographed in Ireland! Nice one, Jeff.

17 Oct 2013 9:26am

@BiLL: A well you can't have it all ways, if it didn't rain it would be the Dusty Brown and not the Emerald Isle . ;>)

Curly from South Shields, United Kingdom

Super shot Jeff, we don't see them doing this too often on the Tyne these days.

17 Oct 2013 10:16am

@Curly: I don't know if you have as many tankers on your waterway as we do, so they are a necessity with us, mores the pity . ;>)

Frances from Massachusetts, United States

Great shot Jeff. I am a big fan of Tug shots *****

17 Oct 2013 11:30am

@Frances: Thanks Frances !! Tugs and Railway engines seem to bring out the kids in all of us . ;>))

ursulakatariina from Ed, Sweden

Superb shot! Absolutely beautiful.

17 Oct 2013 3:14pm

@ursulakatariina: Thanks Uk .

Ruthiebear from Titusville, NJ, United States

This is stunning! I love how you captured the water streaming like that. Glad your computer issues are fixed.

17 Oct 2013 6:26pm

@Ruthiebear: The wind blowing up the harbour helped . I just hope the problems stay fixed. ;>)

claudie from le havre, France

Belle photo !!! Au Havre ,les bateaux sortent une fois par an pour la fête de la mer !!! les bateaux passent sous les jets et le curé baptise le nom du bateau puis t repartent !!!!
Beautiful photo! In Le Havre, the boats go once a year for the feast of the sea! boats pass under the jets and the priest baptizes the vessel name and leave t!!

17 Oct 2013 7:07pm

@claudie: The feast of the sea sounds like something i'd like to see, thanks for the info . ;>)

Judy aka L@dybug from Brooksville, FL, United States

A wonderful shot of this tug test its pumps ... but I wish I was in your kitchen smelling the Ciabatta bread baking.
Do you have a special recipe for it?

17 Oct 2013 9:38pm

@Judy aka L@dybug: Thanks, and it tastes so good, I will send you my recipe, it is an extremely wet dough to work with, but there's no kneading involved, which helps.

L'angevine from Angers, France

je suis impressionnée par ce jet

18 Oct 2013 7:36am

@L'angevine: Thank you so much. ;>)

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