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Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Ship Shapes

Good morning,

Today I have three images of shapes on board Freedom of the Seas.  Above is artwork in an aft staircase.  The staircase itself becomes part of the artwork.  Beautiful.
 Can you determine where the image above was taken?

It was taken looking straight up from the inside through the window at the top of a glass elevator.  Those squares in the center are elevator doors on floors above;  the curved lines to the right of the doors are edges of the balconies on the floors above.  Fascinating.
On the right near the top of this image of deck 4 through deck 10 balconies you can see a glass elevator similar to the one in which the second image was captured.

I am having a wonderful time with my new "baby" camera, a Canon Powershot SX210 IS.

Enjoy!

Lois


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11 comments:

River Glorious said...

"Ship ShapeS" !!! :) I like your ship shapes!

The whole place is so shiny. I'm glad I'm not in charge of cleaning...

Deere Driver said...

Great artistry. Good eye!

Wanda..... said...

The visuals are lovely Lois!

Montanagirl said...

I too like your "Ship Shapes". Nice camera work.

grammie g said...

Hi Lois...that is amazing but I am already a little dizzy just looking at it ...can't imagine actually be there

Diana said...

Very Nice Lois. The ships have come a long way! Love Di ♥

~*~ saskia ~*~ said...

We have the same camera, Lois!! .^_^.
Happy shooting! xxxx

Happy Days said...

Hi Lois! I loved your ship shapes! What a beautiful ship your on!! Maybe some day....debbie

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

Very cool imagery, Lois. Metal and glass make the best abstracts.

Elaine said...

Lovely patterns! The elevators are amazing.

Lois Evensen said...

Good morning,

Yes, the image opportunities are endless on Freedom of the Seas. I never tire of looking at it from different perspectives.

Saskia, it is so cool that you have the same camera! Isn't this camera wonderful? I just love this little baby camera. I also have a Canon 50D and fancy lenses, but it is all just too big and too heavy to carry around all day. I keep my baby Canon in my pocket and take so many more pictures every day than I would take with a big camera.

Thank you so much, everyone, for stopping by.

Very best,
Lois