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|Gordy on Jul 06, 2012 07:03 (10 months ago)|
|Thanks Clyde, Tony, everybody...Allan Green in my honest opinion one of the best if not the best Marine photographers of his time in the world, how he captured each shot with amazing depth, clarity and definition is right up there with the best of the best. All I do is a little bit of restoration work, the late Hon. Allan Green deserves all the accolades. Thanks guys.|
|Clyde Dickens on Jul 06, 2012 06:13 (10 months ago)|
|Hi Tony. I agree with your praise. The Late Allan Green plus Gordy are a great combination.|
|Tony Conroy on Jul 06, 2012 06:07 (10 months ago)|
I have just had this photo up on Full Screen, its amazing how clear it is for an old photo, so much detail!
The water rippling from the hull, the eye of a mooring line hanging from a fairlead, six of the crew standing on deck, all easy to make out, how good was this photographer....
|Gordy on Jul 04, 2012 09:53 (10 months ago)|
|There was still a lot of them around in my early days Mr Dot. I was on old coasters myself, carting bag grain, phosphate fuel drums to little country ports. I think it was only the late 60's early 70's we saw the last of them die off.|
|Mr. DOT on Jul 04, 2012 05:41 (10 months ago)|
|this old time coaster design was typical in the era of long ago coastal short sea trade! another very nice post! mrdot.|