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Here is another of the Pasha images I thought I had lost. Shot from a different location on the beach. Again taken with a Nikon D70
Photo featured in “http://www.redbubble.com/groups/the-sea”; on teh 10 March 2009
storm, beach, newcastle, nobbys, pasha, bulka
Oh wow look at those clouds, there is real great energy in this photo. I bet the wind was so powerful whilst taking this.
Great shot I love it. Andrew
Your not wrong the wind was howling and the storm was one of the most violent I have ever seen. Thanks for your comments
– Andrew Murrell
Nice Andrew good angle.
I wanted to have the headland of Nobby’s beach meet the ship.I can tell you it was cold.
Great menacing sky! Terrific perspective! Excellent shot, Andrew!!
The sky look EVIL, thats the best way I could describe it, but then the storm was EVIL as well. Anyone in Newcastle can testify to that.Thanks for your comments
congrats… very strong image….. angry even!!!
You could almost feel that anger in the air with that storm. Very pleased that feeling came through. Thanks
Glad to see people like this image
This is an amazing shot Andrew – well done.
Glad you like it Paul. I had water up to my knees to catch this image. which considering the surf that day was a bit silly. I have several other images of the Pasha from that day which may give you an idea of their size.Thanks
I like the mood here. another great image. well done
Thank you Aimelle, The weather at the time of the photo was quite oppresive and that feel came through the image perfectly. Thanks for stopping by and having a look.
Great f/ground inclusion of the waves leading to the ship,the sky looks threatening
It was very cold to get the forgroundin this image i can tell you. The storm was unlike any i have been through and the clouds the following morning still looked threatening.
Amazing power in the sea – especially when you consider the magnitude of this vessel. So I have to ask, what was the outcome of all this?
Thanks Wendi. After about 2 -3 months the ship was finally dragged back to sea. For that time and especially the days of the storm, the ship was a crowd pleaser. The storm that beached it was one of the best/ worst I have EVER seen.
Thanks for the explanation, Andrew…..truly amazing!