This beauty is over 100 years old. It was built in Hamburg in 1909 and named Prinzess Eitel Friedrich. After the First World War, the ship was taken as reparation by Great Britain and brought to France. In France they didn’t want to refurbish it and they decided to sell the Colbert, as the ship was named at that time.
The buyer was Poland and there the ship was renamed again, this time to Dar Pomorza. For many years the Dar Pomorza was used as a training ship and today you can still see it in the port of Gdynia where it serves as a Museum ship.
Camera: Canon EOS 500D
Lens: Canon EF-S 18-55mm @ 18mm
Exposures: 3 (-2, 0, +2)
Exposure time (middle): 1/50s
Size: 14.7 MPx
Date: Taken in August 2011
Software: Lightroom 4.3, Photoshop CS6, Photomatix Pro
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