These are my friends Dick Edie and Jim Hulme. Two Lightroom exposures combined to cope with the huge dusk-dynamic range. (Trusty sigma 28mm) This is the mouth of Loch Sween where my friend and colleague Dick Edie lives. Dick and I share a love of photography and we both use Flickr. Truth be told, I’m...
Glad you enjoyed your trip over. The pictures of me are grim as I get more ba’ faced every time I see a shot but we can’t blame the photographer for that.
You have the wrong boat as the puffer (VIC) it was:
Oops I see you don’t allow images in comment. Check out my photo stream to see the puffer.
Wow, looks like you all had a superb w/e. Can I ask if the ‘puffer’ was the one used in ‘Para Handy’? I seem to remember that it was berthed at the Crinan Canal at one time…
Hi Lorr, that one was the “vital spark” I think. Either it or a replica is lying at Inveraray at present.
It seems that they name just about every puffer as the Vital Spark at some time. I think the one used in the filming of para Handy is lying in Crinan Boatyard being toffed up at present. It was in a very sorry state indeed – but then so was the original Vital Spark supposed to be.