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Love My Tender
The first in a series featuring The Wooden Boatbuilding School located at Franklin in Tasmania, south-west of Hobart on the banks of the Huon River.
The school aims to preserve traditional wooden boatbuilding knowledge and skills with an emphasis on the use of quality natural timber, especially Tasmania’s unique boatbuilding timbers including Huon, Celery Top and King Billy Pine, Blue Gum and Swamp Gum.
Chris allein zu Hause 28/05/2007 0:50wonderful picture !!!!!
Paraschiv Vasile 14/01/2007 0:09Very good photo. Peacefull.
Stefan S. Mosley 14/12/2006 15:33A real pitty it didn't make it into the Gallery, I love this photo nevertheless.
Josep A. Collado 12/12/2006 15:03I'm sorry, Susie. However I still think that it is a very good picture. :-)
Anastasiya Ivanova 12/12/2006 14:56 Voting commenthmm
Balazs Pataki 12/12/2006 14:56 Voting commentI'm fascinated by the insight to such a distant world and the subject is also very interesting, but this is not at all the best shot from this series. Any of the two others would do, they also tell us more about the boats. c
When 12/12/2006 14:56 Voting commentIt's a lovely choice of proposal Josep. Very refreshing, feels like a refreshing summer day on the lake.
Peter. Gau 12/12/2006 14:56 Voting comment-
Stefan S. Mosley 12/12/2006 14:56 Voting commentFantastic! Absolutely beautiful and idyllic.
Olivier Vanbiervliet 12/12/2006 14:56 Voting commentI'll vote contra because I want to see the horizon with this photo...I want to look up. The boat makes me look down and there's nothing to see there...
Jaime Crystal Attenborough 12/12/2006 14:56 Voting commenti think some of her other photos are way more amazing than this one sorry sweetheart contra this time :0)
Mircea Tiron-Tudor 12/12/2006 14:56 Voting commentPro !
Jacky Kobelt 12/12/2006 14:56 Voting commentpro
Maguire 12/12/2006 14:56 Voting commentpro
Robert Riley 12/12/2006 14:56 Voting commentGood Grief, I think you got a pro from Liz! The problem with voting is that unless the pic is truly awful, not many Contras will make a comment, unlike Herwig and me, who try to make a comment whatever the vote. And Ruud, Paul, and a few others. Its the non commentors who usually prevail.
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