Good morning Jim, 2 am here so catching up on blog reading-beautiful photo
A night owl I see, Kathy!Thanks and good to see you.
Sail away, sail away. The horizon beckons.
Too bad I have been known to get sea-sick!!
Nice shot. Some of the bigger cargo ships can really move. I've been overlooking Boston Harbor and one will materialize out of nowhere.
Thanks Coop! Good to see you. It is amazing how fast these can go. I can imagine the ship- traffic in Boston Harbour!
Gorgeous shot. Let your imagination sail.
Thanks Pat. My imagination has been sailing since I was a kid when looking at these ships.
All the places people have gone on ships. My mother's mother and her siblings and their parents left Norway years ago and somehow made their way to Liverpool. From Liverpool they sailed to Ellis Island. We know from immigration records that my great-grandfather had $150 to start life in America. My future grandmother was 12 years old when they arrived in about 1900.Love,Janie
Ships were the main means of transportation back then. My Great great grandfather arrived in NYC, I believe Ellis Island, in 1850 and made his way north to Nova Scotia.We have Pier 21 here in Halifax which was our 'Ellis Island' in Canada.Janie, weren't these early immigrants amazing people?!
Oh, yes! One of my grandmother's siblings was a baby when they came to America. I can't imagine making that long voyage with several children, one of whom was in diapers. Then when they arrived they had to make their way to Minnesota.
Lovely shot, Jim. I wonder where the ship is headed...
Another magical photo, Jim. It stimulates the imagination.
Hey, I really like your comments and appreciate the time you took to do so.