This one features a researched photo of Bob Swansons whistle farm at Nanaimo Lakes. Then there's a photo of the Coastal Renaissance on the right, which means that Bobs whistles are being used to this day, on the Coastals. Bob Swanson is the founder of Airchime horns, which is based out of Surrey BC. He also built the "Oh Canada" horns which were once on top of the BC Hydro buidling for Canadas confederation. The horns were later moved to the roof of Canada Place, which play the first 4 chords of "Oh Canada" everyday at Noon. Anyways, clicking on the photo will link you to a recording of the Coastal Inspirations E diminished chord horn at Tsawwassen.
Last Edit: Jul 2, 2008 22:26:12 GMT -8 by Ferryman
That picture looks fine cohocatcher. I like how it is kind of a fisheye, and the only distortion I can see is the hull in the middle but it takes a good hard glance to notice it. I had the same problem as you with my sig. It was about 6300 pixels and when you reduce the size Photoshop sometimes creates cracks I find.
New Signature. OK, I know I'm a week early, but I guess I just couldn't wait ;D Seeing as it is summer, I thought I would celebrate the flagship vessels of the WSF fleet. So, I give you M/V Wenatchee basking in the summer sunshine.
Last Edit: Oct 16, 2011 17:42:19 GMT -8 by Kahloke
The Hiyu was the last remaining WSF ferry that I had not met face to face. Sadly, due to circumstances, I could not go for a ride on her. That still leaves me with three active boats I have not been on -- the Hiyu, the Chelan, and the Puyallup. I'll get there.........
Last Edit: Jan 15, 2009 18:55:56 GMT -8 by BreannaK
See the gerbils walk on the ferry in Edmonds! Bree's daily photo blog is at cascadiadaily.com/