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End of race Frederikstad

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Tall ships in Charlestown Harbour in Cornwall, England- I love this little harbour if you're ever in Cornwall it's well worth a visit, full of history, It has been used as film location several times including for - Mansfield Park - Moll Flanders - Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland and an episode of Dr Who

Tall ships in Charlestown Harbour in Cornwall, England- I love this little harbour if you're ever in Cornwall it's well worth a visit, full of history, It has been used as film location several times including for - Mansfield Park - Moll Flanders - Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland and an episode of Dr Who

When navigating the seas, Vikings used crows as navigational equipment. Crows are land lovers, and when the weather made visibility difficult, they released crows to see which direction it would fly. Since they almost always flew toward land ,they followed the crow's path. Some Norsemen carried the birds in a cage tied to the top of the mast. Later, as ships changed and grew larger, they placed a sailor in a bucket high atop the main mast to look for land, pirates, and other dangers. The…

When navigating the seas, Vikings used crows as navigational equipment. Crows are land lovers, and when the weather made visibility difficult, they released crows to see which direction it would fly. Since they almost always flew toward land ,they followed the crow's path. Some Norsemen carried the birds in a cage tied to the top of the mast. Later, as ships changed and grew larger, they placed a sailor in a bucket high atop the main mast to look for land, pirates, and other dangers. The…

aplaceformythings:    I love drawing/painting/tattooing tall ships.. So much fun! #paintings #anothership    <3

aplaceformythings: I love drawing/painting/tattooing tall ships.. So much fun! #paintings #anothership <3

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