Image about ocean in Pocahontas; the one who understands. by сташа
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Gregory Peck como Capitão Ahab Por vários dias depois da partida de Nantucket, não se viu o Capitão Ahab acima das escotilhas. Os imediatos se revezavam regularmente a cada quarto, e por nada se percebia o que pudesse desmentir que fossem eles os comandantes do navio; somente às vezes saíam da cabine com ordens tão inesperadas e peremptórias que, no final das contas, ficava evidente que comandavam por delegação de outrem. Sim, seu supremo senhor e ditador estava a bordo, embora até aquele…
CXXVI SCRIMSHAW KNIFE: AUTHENTIC BONE CARVING FROM MAINE
CXXVI - Scrimshaw Knife DETAILS: Two blade pocket knife hand etched in a small workshop in Maine. The scrimshaw is inked with black india in...
Rum Cay Solid-Faced Canvas Print
Fronckowiak Rum Cay, 12/18/02, 12:12 PM, 8C, 5714x7108 (157 601), 100, Redfish Dbl Po, 1/30 s, R71.0, G36.0, B51.0
Understanding the Importance of Marine Navigation Lighting
While driving on a road, a driver is required to have headlights on the vehicle. Similarly even boats and ships are required to have lights. Such lights, known as marine navigation lighting, form a very important part of the marine navigation systems.
How to Use a Sextant
To use a sextant to find the angle of elevation of an object, you’ll need to know your elevation above sea level. Sight the horizon by looking through the horizon mirror, then move the sextant’s index arm until the object you’re trying to find is also visible on the horizon. Clamp the index arm in place with the flip-lock, then turn the micrometer knob to fine-tune the sextant so the object is perfectly aligned with the horizon. Record the time you made your sighting in hours, minutes, and…
Rare photographs show families enjoying 'colored only' Paradise Park
Paradise Park, the ‘colored only’ counterpart to nearby resort Silver Springs in central Florida, was a popular vacation spot for African-American families during the age of segregation in the South.