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Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Return to Freedom of the Seas - Grand Cayman

Good morning,

Today's images were taken as we returned to Freedom of the Seas by tender boat.
We cleared security, then went aboard the tender to take the short ride back to our "mother ship."

 I took many pictures as we returned to Freedom of the Seas and I am sharing quite a few of them today. 
 Approaching the ship by tender provides so many fantastic images from different angles.

 I really like this one!

 To put size into perspective, that's a two-deck tender boat along side Freedom.

 So, after a wonderful day ashore...
 ...we are back to Freedom and ready to go to our next port.
 Thank you, Martha and Russell, for a great lunch ashore.  It is so much fun being with you!

All the best,


Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Great, great shots, and a double decker tender to boot.

TexWisGirl said...

i like the name of that shop: caymania. :)

Montanagirl said...

Oh my - All those amazing angles are really interesting. You did a great job with your photos!

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

Hi Lois, all amazing shots and I was going to say that the one with the bow head on was the most dramatic for me, that is until I saw the last one and the relatively small size of the tender alongside Freedom. It really puts things in perspective very quickly as to how BIG this ship is!

Diana said...

I loved Grand Cayman. I just got through looking at all of your photos of the island and it brought back fond memories for me!
That ship is huge!
Love Di ♥

Elaine said...

You got some wonderful shots of the ship! It really does put the size into perspective when you're looking up at it like that.

The Magical Christmas Wreath Company said...

I could do with a little R&R time on that boat, looks wonderful.

Gunn said...

I like the way you have photographed these images.