Killybegs is Ireland’s largest fishing port located in the waters of Donegal Bay.
Hello Bill, A breathtaking photo. Wishing you a wonderful day.
Wonder what it is transporting.
Hi Bill.Nice picture Bill, with the landscape behind it.Groettie from Patricia.
Também gosto de fotografar estes navios em movimento.Um abraço e boa semana.AndarilharDedais de Francisco e Idalisa O prazer dos livros
...such a nice sight.
Wonderful landscape and sea.God bless.
Hello, wonderful view of the sea, ship and mountain background. Enjoy your day and week ahead!
Oh the seas she’s traveled!
Very nice, Bill. But you know me and I was wondering how long it would take for the captain to get a message from the bridge to someone standing on the bow (not using electronic means) ...that's a pretty good stretch of ship!
I was doing some genealogy yesterday and learned I had an ancestor by the name of Nettie.
Hello Bill.An excellent photo with the Ship ,the mountains and the beautiful landscape!Have a lovely afternoon!Dimi...
What a wonderful shot. I can't help thinking that the people working on that ship get some lovely views while on the job.
I wonder what the cargo is.
I like to look at ships as well. This is really an great picture.: )
My Uncle lived along the Welland Canal between Lake Ontario and Lake Erie when I was a kid and we all loved to go and watch the ships and see where they had come from.
We used to pass a lot of cargo ships when we'd go out on our pontoon boat. That's a nice one, I like the blue.
Maybe it's back home by now.
Nice photo but what sort of cargo does it hold? like containers?
Oh, what a view!
She is a big one! Some type of tanker me thinks.
Amazing shot! Good view of the tanker with the mountain as it's back ground:)
Amazing sight . . .
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I wonder what cargo she would be carrying.
A good looking ship!