Look up…

Op-Sail was full of some wonderful sights. Many which you would not have seen if you didn’t Look Up. Many times in life we just need a new perspective and a reason to look at things in a new way. I think we get so busy looking at where we want to go we miss all that is around us. Op-sail provided us a time to walk slow, explore, and enjoy all the things around us. Hope you enjoy this first tour of all we saw….

USCG Eagle built for the German navy in 1936 won by the US as part of the war reparations after WWII.

The Eagle front ornament off the USCG training tall ship used by the Coast Guard as a training vessel.

 

Bell on the Virginia Schooner

Front of another ship

Angel on front of a ship

Hope you enjoyed your first look at op-sail… more to come 🙂

 

 

12 Comments on “Looking up…

    • Me too they just don’t make ships like they use to… or anything for that matter 😉 It was cool getting to see the ships 🙂

    • OPSail was a cool event. I liked seeing the photos people got from it. I am glad you enjoyed my view with my photos. 🙂

  1. Great pictures. If I looked up that high I would get dizzy. Amazing artwork on those ships. Thanks for sharing these. Hugs

    • So glad you liked them 🙂 I did kind of get you dizzy if you looked up too long 😉 The ships were beautiful. I had been on the Eagle before as a child with my father who was in the Coast Guard, but I didn’t remember much. Now I remeber more 🙂

    • It was a great day out to see the ships and the weather cooperated. The first one is one of my favorited too. 🙂

  2. Some say only photographers look up 🙂 Great pics. Thanks too for stopping by our blog and liking the latest post 🙂

    • You are welcome and I am glad you enjoyed this post… I am working on my photrography skills daily and love new way to take photos… up is a good place to start. 🙂

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