Wednesday, July 2, 2008

Wordless Wednesday #20--Through the padeye

Taken June 21, 2008, aboard the Ecuadorian tall ship Buque Escuela Guayas, docked in North Vancouver, BC. Another picture from this ship can be seen in last week's WW post on my other blog, here.

For another one of my Wordless Wednesday photos, see my other blog. For other people's, see wordlesswednesday.com.

8 comments:

Susan said...

I'm not entirely sure that "padeye" is the right term for whatever I took this picture through. After researching ship deck parts for 20 minutes, it was the best I could come up with, and it sounds much better than "Through the thingamabob."

keithsimages said...

A lovely picture beautifully framed by the hole - I think that's the technical term for it.

Erin Faye said...

That is really cool! Great compostition!

Urban Thought said...

Yo... That is nice. Great photo!

Will said...

I agree with Keith - The technical term is "hole"!

Happy WW! And thanks for the visit!

Margerie said...

who needs a frame?

Beautiful compostition as per usual.

Sandy said...

I like through the thingamabob! More descriptive, no clue what a padeye is but love the picture. Is a padeye a padlock ..a keyhole?

Sandy

Hayley Townley, Breast Cancer Survivor Extraordinaire said...

I'm all for thingamabob, but why not thingamajim, or thingamajoe?

Anyways, lovely as usual!