Ship rope and pole

steppeland

Amsterdam, Netherlands

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Batavia Yard series
Lelystad, the Netherlands
photojournalism – documentary: Traditional ship building

This photo:
Ship rope and pole.


  1. “The Batavia Yard” in Lelystad, the Netherlands, is foremost a center for traditional shipbuilding. Since 1985 over 200 young people have built an authentic reconstruction of the VOC-merchantman Batavia from 1628. " – read more about this amazing place, and about the reconstruction of this marvellous sail ship here Batavia Yard
  2. Some material of the original ship wreck is exhibited in the Western Australia Fremantle Maritime Museum – read more about it here
    Thanks to Andrew Makowiecki for bringing in this additional info! :)

technical details
Photograph made with Pentax K10D camera and Pentax 18-55 lens
Pseudo HDR, made of 1 pic – in 3 different exposure values (using the DNG-file in Lightroom 2.5) – then processed as HDR in Dynamic PhotoHDR, and post processed in Photoshop 7.0


Features and Top10 placements
Top10 in Thread, string or rope – Cee’s fun artsy friends (Dec. 15, 2011)

Thank you so much to the hosts of these marvellous groups and challenges


See more
See more of my Batavia Yard-series


Comments and feed-back always welcome. Thanks for looking :)



Cluttered rigging workshop


Blacksmiths at work


The Batavia

Artwork Comments

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