Includes Bellarine Peninsula + Phillip and Churchill Islands...
Hope you had a good weekend ... nicely shot!
So strange - and mysterious!Happy RT2!
Yes, perhaps that's a coast guard. A cool red one.
We see ships here quite regularly living on the ocean - hubby thinks it might be some kind of fuel ship since it apparently has pipes on the rear section...good catch!
What a nice capture ! red boats are quite scarce !
Over here, the US Coast Guard paints its vessels (including planes and helicopters) in the same shade of orange, I would guess for visibility. That the ship patrols to protect its citizens makes is a beautiful vessel indeed!
It sure is eye catchingthis reminds me of the time I was taking tons of shots of a boat I found interesting looking and was then approached by a police officer who wanted to know why I was taking pics of a Homeland Security boatI showed him my pics and told him without my glasses I couldn't read the insigniaI felt like such a fool :)
Great capture.My Rubies:Moms...Check NyoYummy-as-can-be
Beautiful!My Ruby Tuesday post, come and visit when you can.
Interesting looking ship....I love everything about the sea...even the mystery ships. And your Yellow world and your Westernport Bay shadows are stupendous.It was a busy holiday weekend for us, so I'm very far behind in paying visits to all who have left me comments in the last three days. Thanks for stopping by and taking time to leave such a positive comment for me. Hope your week will treat you kindly!!!
A nice study looking working boat, painted red as well!So many people, including myself, use the red color for ruby, a different kind of a red. Or, are we talking about a girl, here, I wonder!
That ship can never hide even from afar!Red Roses for RT.
beautiful ship to protect the beach :-) the water looks so refreshing :-) Dropping by from RT2
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