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Mary Rose
In my time-traveling nautical journey in Portsmouth I have posted images ships from 1860 (HMS Warrior), 1511 (Victory) and now from 1511 with this shot of the preserved remains of Henry the Eighth's flagship, the Mary Rose. Since her recovery from the seabed, the Mary Rose has been hidden from view beneath a deluge of plastic sheeting and preservative sprays (poly ethylene glycol). Now this part of the preservation has been completed the plastic sheeting has been removed, heat is being applied to dry out the timbers and a lovely display gallery is almost completed. These are hand-held shots through the thick glass of the viewing windows and I have slightly over-sharpened them to add a little more detail and separation to the timbers.

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Album name:Silversnapper / Miscellaneous
Keywords:Mary Rose Portsmouth Historic Dockyard
Lens:Canon 24-105mm IS L
Author's Comments:Record shots for myself but I thought you might enjoy them.
Editing Performed:Converted from RAW, selective brightness, contrast and saturation adjustments, sharpened, no crop
File Size:999 KB
Date added:Mar 12, 2014
Dimensions:2000 x 1333 pixels
Displayed:50 times
Color Space:Uncalibrated
Customer Render:0
Date Time:2014:03:12 19:49:33
DateTime Original:2014:02:28 12:11:00
DateTime digitized:2014:02:28 12:11:00
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Exposure Time:1/13 sec
FNumber:f 9
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Focal length:24 mm
Max Aperture:f 4
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Model:Canon EOS 5D Mark II
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Y Resolution:300
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George  [Mar 13, 2014 at 08:39 PM]
Well considering the circumstances the shot was taken in, it aint half bad
I must admit to being a tad confused at first trying to make sense of the hangers, insulated pipework and timbers. But then scrolling down to your excellent notes all was revealed
A real blast from the very distant nautical past Keith, well done.
JOHN  [Mar 14, 2014 at 11:49 AM]
As said by George it aint half bad, in fact pretty good I would say.
Interesting to see the ship so thanks for sharing, it was quite a find for them, especially with the recovered artifacts.