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Besides tools of commerce, ships are things of beauty, and maybe that’s why they appeal to lots of us layfolk.

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The paint texture here almost mimics spotted creatures in the natural world, although here starboard of this vessel does not

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match port.  No matter . . . who sees both sides at once anyhow?

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It’s physics personified . . . or

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or at least illustrated, with

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curved surfaces just about

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everywhere.

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All fotos by Will Van Dorp.

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