Tuesday, August 21, 2007

Wordless Wednesday......



Queen Mary

1,019 feet long

1,001 Trans Atlantic Crossings

Over 2,000 portholes

First voyage - 1936

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18 comments:

tegdirb92 said...

I bet it's beautiful inside!! Great shot.

Villager said...

Hotep! This is a great photo. I lived in Los Angeles for a number of years and the Queen Mary was a remarkable sight!

I was feeling particularly bad about the war in Iraq today. My WW asks for an end to the war.

peace, Villager

janine said...

She must be amazing to see! The ship is enormous.

Sandy Carlson said...

That's one imposing little row boat! I never saw it before this picture. Thanks for educating me.

lissa said...

I thought the boat was part of the hotel, it's not, right? Guess it would be interesting to have a hotel build like a ship.

Thanks for dropping by my blog.
(http://cloudbliss.blogspot.com)

Have a great week!

Girl Gone Wild said...

It's absolutely amazing to me how huge those "boats" are! Even back then...

Great photo!

Diana said...

What a great picture!

Kelli said...

Wonderful picture!

Kelli

Ps said...

Wow! Impressive.I think she has sailed to my country(India) too.Name is veryfamiliar.

Katya said...

WOW! Gigantic is one word that comes to mind! Everything else looks so TINY!!!

vlado&toni said...

oh my, she is big :)

Linda said...

It's amazing how something that big can float. Nice picture

Linda said...

I now live in Hurricane, but I lived in South Charleston for 30 years. I've been to Buckhannon many times. Nice to meet someone who has lived here.

Thanks so much for stopping by.

Christina said...

What a cool place to visit! I have a bit of a boat obsession and dream of going on a cruise one day.

Happy WW!

Midlife Mom said...

That's one huge tug boat!!!!

Been catching up on your posts since I got done jury duty today. I would love to go see all there is at Motown. I loved that kind of music as a teen and still like some of it. Must have been an interesting trip for you.

Really enjoyed your words of wisdom. Very true all of them. I especially liked the last one about not doing something your mom wouldn't like! ha! Guess we've all done that a few times in our lives! heehee!

The Small Scribbler said...

WOW! She's monsterous!

Kate

Paultera135 said...

wow cool shot.... is that ship haunted

HomeIsWhereTheHeartIs - Kim said...

Hi Suzy,
I just wanted to say hello to a fellow Pennyslvanian (I'm from Southwestern PA)! I found you through Lindy's blog. Nice to meet you!