Still passing through the canal. I am sure some viewers are tired of seeing the ships and the locks, but I am almost into the Atlantic in a few more shots.
This is the Coral Princess which is to our left as the two ships move through the locks. Lots of people enjoying this days trip through the canal.
For comparison, the Coral Princess is slightly larger than our ship the Marina. The former is 88,000 tons with a passenger capacity of 1,975 . Our ship has 66,000 tons and passengers of 1,275.
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batalay (34795) 2011-11-29 21:25
I like the study of decks and the assortment of passengers poplating the decks. I imagine in March it was quite hot there. In the 70s the cruise ship on which I was giving lectures, the Royal Viking Sea, docked in Colon, Panama, and I took the train along the canal to Panama City. Getting off the train, my camera lens immediately fogged up. In the past two decades I've given lectures on smaller ships, first on the Royal Viking Queen, then on the Silver Seas, and the past eight years on ships of the Crystal Cruise Line.
rodgerg (55767) 2011-11-30 1:06
Very efficience close-up to this impressive boat. The peopels arise very well in the harmony of the BG and give an interesting idea of the important dimensions of the boat.
snunney (79973) 2011-11-30 2:20
The graphical lines of the ship offer a stark contrast to the crowds of people lining the decks. The tight framing works well with just the contrasting triangle of greenery on the right.
Cricri (101805) 2011-12-01 10:03
Le bon cadrage qui montre l'immensité du bateau, ces formes et détails, bonne note d'information
- Copyright: Roger Edgington (edge) (6070)
- Genre: People
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2011-03-11
- Categories: Transportation
- Camera: Canon EOS 7 D, Canon 17-55mm 2.8 USM IS, 77mm Hoya Circular Polarizer
- Exposure: f/8, 1/100 seconds
- More Photo Info: view
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Date Submitted: 2011-11-29 20:10