!BETTER VIEWED LARGER
This shot taken at dusk at Sydneys Darling Harbour.
The magnificent replica of Captain James Cook’s famous ship of discovery, HMB Endeavour, returned to Sydney in April 2005 having completed 11 years of world voyaging under the HM Bark Endeavour Foundation. The vessel was then transferred to the Australian Government and then to the Australian National Maritime Museum, where the ship is displayed as one of the nation’s foremost historical exhibits. The museum maintains Endeavour and undertakes voyages to display the vessel to audiences in other ports, and to enable the public to experience 18th-century square-rig voyaging and seamanship
Technique: HDR, 5 bracketted images, Photomatix Pro, Capture NX
Equipment: Nikon D300, Sigma 10-20mm, Handheld
For more information on this wonderful replica visit the Australian National Maritime Museum: