Ship Garthsnaid, ca 1920s

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Photographer: Alexander Harper Turner
Ship Garthsnaid, 1920
Glass copy negative
Reference No. 1/2-014494-G
De Maus Collection, Alexander Turnbull Library, National Library of New Zealand

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  1. 70023venus2009 10 months ago | reply

    Wow, respect to the photographer!!!

  2. T Martin2010 10 months ago | reply

    Awesome shot! wow.

  3. lancef2 8 months ago | reply

    Glad I wasn't on it.

  4. jamica1 7 months ago | reply

    Terrifying

  5. tedesco57 7 months ago | reply

    a sailing to remember!

  6. Grumpy O M 6 months ago | reply

    The photographer got his glass plate camera up there too.. and levelled the horizon!

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  8. mauro353 6 months ago | reply

    I like too much this photo...

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  11. patricklechevallier 6 months ago | reply

    Quelle photo superbe!Félicitations au photographe.....Amazing....Beautifull.....Merci....

  12. otisourcat 5 months ago | reply

    Alan Villiers took some great movies of the same kind of scene:
    www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kom9NKdG_q8

  13. vizeer 5 months ago | reply

    Holy Smokes!! Look at those four guys reefing the sail. The photographer looks like he is at their level. And that's no Instamatic camera he's using.

  14. mauro353 4 months ago | reply

    true sailors ...

  15. Kilo 66 (Thanks For 1.8 Million Views & Counting) 2 months ago | reply

    I recall reading that Turner had devised a sort of gimbal device that he hauled up along with his camera, allowing him to level the horizon and lessen the potential for blurring of the image. Truly a remarkable shutterman and clearly dedicated to his craft and his subject matter.

  16. sg310 4 weeks ago | reply

    Amazing shot

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