This was taken in Greenwich, London. Greenwich is London’s most popular tourist attraction after Buckingham Palace.
The masts and rigging are the Cutty Sark ship with a stormy sunset behind. But I guess you can see that !
Our fantastic photos are available to buy at Photos.DonCharisma.com. For our blog readers we’re currently offering a 15% promotional discount – use code dc1406 at checkout.
Taken in Greenwich, London © Don Charisma
16 thoughts on “Cutty Sark – Stormy Sunset”
Strikes me as a painting – a Pirates of the Caribbean set design! Nice!
Another place to plan on stopping in Jolly ol’ England!!
I’ve been to Greenwich a few times. Not only is the Cutty Sark an amazing vessel to visit, especially now that you can walk beneath her hull, but the National Maritime Museum and Royal Observatory (just a couple blocks up the street) make for a full-day’s experience. As a maritime historian, it’s pretty much the center of the universe for me. Thanks for posting this lovely photo!
It’s the 2nd most visited tourist destination in London after Buck Pal … and yes I love it too, and enjoy the open spaces and history, and the beauty there …
Fabulous. It is so good that it has been restored since the fire.
Yes, that was horrible I remember when it happened.
Reblogged this on Lita.
Don, I absolutely LOVE this photo! Cher xo
I’ve never been to Greenwich, but after seeing this, I plan to drop by the next time I’m in the UK.
You can’t go to London without visiting Greenwich !
This ship reminds me pirates of the caribbean 😀
LOL … funny enough they’ve filmed large sections of those movies very close to where this was taken – the royal naval college is used for period movies …
Reblogged this on O LADO ESCURO DA LUA.