SHIP’S AHOY? – Marilyn Armstrong

FOWC with Fandango — Ship

What could I do with this that doesn’t require I start writing? Oh, I know. How about pictures of ships. I have a fair number of them.

I tend to love anything on the water. in, or near water. I love watching the tide and breakers. I used to love swimming. I was never exactly an Olympic swimmer, but I could do a sidestroke forever and I don’t even know how long I can tread water.

Lines and sheets and ropes and sails on one of the original Tea party ships on Boston’s wharf

The purple and pink side of the sunset sky

Fishing boats in Gloucester

4 thoughts on “SHIP’S AHOY? – Marilyn Armstrong

  1. Fantastic photos, Marilyn. My daughter, being such a lover of tall ships and maritime history, heartily approved too, so please consider you have two ‘likes’ here for the price of one! She loved the Tea party ship, and as I’m obsessed with purple, I expect you can guess which one I particularly loved. Great stuff. 🙂


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