This would be one ferry crossing not to take

Black & White Photography, Seascapes

Following the comments here is a revised edition.
I am unsure how this ferry was going to make it to Dieppe as it had been delayed in Port for over three hours.
Travel sickness tablets by the bucket load for its passengers

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6 thoughts on “This would be one ferry crossing not to take”

  1. Makes me want to reach for the bucket with just the thought of it!
    Can I recommend you have a quick look at the ‘Levels’ – I think there’s a bit more in the whites and blacks if you want it.

  2. Once crossed the strait from the South Island to the North Island, New Zealand. The sea was so rough some passengers were “pretending” to be in the front rows of a roller-coaster…..arms flying in the air and shouting with glee as the ferry crashed down and then flew back up again.

    Me? I spent the entire crossing in the loo…..wishing and hoping I’d die…soon!!! Took several days to recover.

    Incredible snaps!!

    • I know how you felt I too had a situation like this and I was running between the loo and having the occasional shower.Once again many thanks for your comments

  3. tracy says:

    amazing pictures… again!!!
    i’m really surprised the ferry went out in that…
    one time i watched it turn around when the sea wasn’t even that rough, it wasn’t making any headway, and rocking violently…. unpleasant i’m sure. :)
    the waves and the eddy’s are captured really well…
    keep them coming… :)

    • I too was very surprised that the ferry sailed, but it gave me the opportunity to have a different sense of scale in my photograph so in a way I am glad it did the ferry did put out to sea. however, I did feel sorry for those who were sailing on her.

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