Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Watery Wednesday #32

I've posted so many photos in the past two days I thought about not doing one for my own Watery Wednesday meme. :-D But I found one I thought was interesting and hope it's not a repeat posting. Now tell me honestly.... would you rent this junky boat? LOL! I was so busy focusing on the boat I didn't even pay attention to the horizon line. :-D I hope whoever owns this boat doesn't see this post.



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35 comments:

VALKYRIEN said...

Who cares about the horizon when you can take a shot of that funny boat! LOL! I am not sure I would have dared to take a trip with that one! A pitty - on that beautiful blue ocean!

Gill - That British Woman said...

nope, I don't think I would rent that boat!!! Great shot though.

Gill in Canada

Bim said...

Hmmm - maybe if its very cheap....

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Funny about the horizon line. I've done that!

kayleen said...

I was so busy looking at all the stuff on the boat I didn't notice the horizon line. Great photo, gave me a chuckle.

Denise said...

I like it, it has lots of character. I wouldn't rent it though because honestly, I don't know how to drive a boat and we would end up aground :) The horizon line doesn't even enter into the equation for me. That's the last thing I looked at when I viewed this photo. Enjoyed it very much, thanks! Happy Watery Wednesday!

ewok1993 said...

I would rent that boat but I won't take it out of the harbor. I'll just chill, enjoy the view, and eat a sandwich. (Remember Joey Tribbiani's idea of sailing???)

Raven said...

Knowing me I would trip over all that rubbish and break something! But it is a nice photo especially of the background.

Bryan said...

For what reason would one need a bicycle on a boat? I mean, I guess you could ride around the deck a few times if you tossed everything overboard. Then you could brag that you rode a bike while piloting a boat. I doubt any trick artist could claim that.

Rinkly Rimes said...

It looks like the sort of boat the poor Boat People try to cram into!

Vicky said...

I guess if someone really wants to rent this boat, all those junks will have to go.

Ebie said...

Me too, I would not rent it. And I think he also forgot to take out his stuff. The water is calm, not bad to rent another one available.

Tricia said...

I don't think so - I just wouldn't feel safe! You'd think they'd clean it up a bit if they really wanted to rent it out! Jeez!

Pam said...

It's a great fun shot. I love it and your humor too. Thanks for hosting Watery Wednesday!

Bacolod and Beyond said...

Boats are everywhere in the Phil. but I like the one you posted. Thanks for sharing.

Sarah said...

Great scene, thanks for sharing. I like it!

Martha said...

I wouldn't rent it, but then I'm not much of a seaman.

George said...

I'm not sure I'd rent the boat, but it sure is a good picture.

KB said...

Oh this one made me giggle. The owner could possibly earn more money from renting the stuff on the boat.

Connie said...

Actually the boat does not look too bad, it just has too much stuff all over it. It does make me wonder what the inside looks like.

The Right Blue said...

It's hard to tell what condition that boat is in, because it's so cluttered with STUFF. In any case, it does not look very appealing, so I don't think I would rent it. Great photo for Watery Wed though -- a real conversation piece! :-D

ROSIDAH said...

It may depend for what I would rent it for ;). Definitely not for sailing! Have a great day :)

allhorsestuff said...

Too funny T! the water may run away with the little junky boat!
Kac

Linnea W said...

That's a funny story and shot...I guess times are REALLY bad for some folks! They can't even afford to live on their boat! I wonder if they're renting it with furnishings or without. Hee, hee.

SAPhotographs (Joan) said...

LOL!! Maybe if you did not mention the horizontal line no one would have noticed it except the fundis. :)

I guess the boat can be tidied but whoever it belongs to must be comfortable anongst the mess. :)

calonyddaear said...

Oh yes. Looks like a great work horse. My feelings will be clear when you see my offering.

Dylan said...

Great Photo, I love all that blue (:-)

Tulip said...

looks like the ocean is so deep because of the blue color. nice shot.

Nicole said...

Oh wow, that's,uhm, a great, uhm...boat ;)

Nice find :D!

Tarolino said...

I prefer a rowing boat in the evening light on a mirror calm sea myself. LOL.

Actually i did not pay much attention to the horizon looking at that scrapyard of a boat. Pitty as the boat itself looks to have quite a lot of character.

The answer is no.

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

You don't look at my horizon lines and I won't look at yours. I love that boat. My favorite part is the bicycle for some reason.
Great picture.

Arlene said...

That's a full boat! I wonder if that is a house boat. hehehee

I love the colors -- blue waters plus blue boat plus blue sky...wow!

luna miranda said...

a fully-loaded boat!:D the owner probably ran out of space at home...

Paz said...

Wonderful watery scene.

Paz

storyteller said...

Nope ... but I would have taken a photo of it if I'd seen it myself on a walk ;--)
Hugs and blessings,