You are currently browsing the daily archive for July 7, 2009.
After posting yesterday, many other ideas related to attachment came to mind, but I’ve rejected returning for a second A for now. Let’s move on to B, as in bow, and today there seems to be no sprites. Some bows seen head on so resemble faces that no figurehead is needed. Behold Ever Radiant, eyes resolutely downcast, focused, bound for sea from whence she came less than 24 hours before. And what looks like a tiny tongue
in profile turns huge.
Stolt Capability, too, bow . . . like a face albeit that of a distinctly marine mammal. I know a bulb protrudes somewhere below the surface.
I wonder about the condition of the prop that spun over the bulb of Ever Refine, leaving the design.
Foreshortening operates here, but I don’t think I’d keep fishing if my runabout were this close to King Edwin’s bow wave. The little white boat is going to rock.
In parting, a question: Vane Brothers’ new Bohemia here (Is that pronounced Bo-hemia or Bow-hemia?)
sashays out of the KVK with Doubleskin 51 on the hip. The notch says the barge is stern forward, but given that it throws off a “bow” wave, in nomenclature would the notch for now be in the bow of the barge? I’m guessing the answer is negative. So would it throw off a “stern” wave?
So much more could be said of bows, but just not now.
All fotos, of course, by Will Van Dorp.