The National Maritime Museum in London is pretty interesting to have a look around. We were using it as a shelter from the wintry rainy weather, but hey I don’t need an excuse to take a photo 🙂
I’m fairly sure there was no clear shot of the propeller and it’s support in one photo, without using a panorama, it’s impossible to get the vantage point. Well with my iPhone 4s as it is …
This is a vertical panorama (Towerama) taken entirely on my iPhone, with no external merging.
Taken in London (c) Don Charisma 2014
26 thoughts on “Ship Propellor Towerama – National Maritime Museum”
Reblogged this on Lita.
Thanks for the reblog 🙂
you´re welcome 🙂
I am blown away over how massive that propeller is. Good capture!
Thanks hun … big is erm well big !
I like the aerodynamics of it. I think it will work!
LOL, you sure about that …
OK, I was thinking it was for water ….
Of course it was for water. Excuse me, aqua dynamic.
Thanks leslie, you had me a little worried there for a mintute … probably because danny’s posting airplanes and I’m posting ships … it’s enough to confuse me !
This museum looks like a must see kind of place.
Pretty awesome place for sure 🙂
WoooW… huuuuge 🙂
Bye Dooon 🙂
Cheers ears 🙂
I miss that museum. It was a fun little stop, and my friend and I spent a good amount of time in the museum… time well worth spent, mind you.
However, every time I read your blog, the desire to go back to London increases exponentially.
It was actually my first time, so a new adventure for me … glad to hear I’m sparking nostalgia … hope all is well my friend, we’re thinking of a new improv thing on my blog, wondered if you might be interested to get involved ?
All is well, friend. Hope all is well with you.
I am definitely interested, willing and able to impro 🙂
Cool, I’m still trying to figure out how to make it work live on the blog, so any ideas on that would be appreciated … best I came up with so far was using the comments, then posting what we’ve written in the comments on a post … that post start using the comments, and so on … probably a two player game at this stage as it’s very much experimental !
I’m about half way through Keith Johnstone, it’s really been useful in all kinds of ways, great read 😉
I will put on my thinking cap and get back to you, and I’ll be sure to give that book a read 🙂
Very very recommended Christopher I wish I’d read it 4-5 years ago when I bought it … still one’s never too old to learn 🙂
I love these types of museums!
Nice. Looks like an interesting place to visit.
It is actually pretty cool, and free I believe 🙂