Great Working Boat Pictures

There is a whole niche of blogging that I follow and in which I plan to participate when I settle in in Panama. It’s called The Daily Photo. There are a couple of these blogs that I look at every day. On is in Avignon and the other in Menton, France. I’m not going to use any of their photos. Go there and see for yourselves by clicking the town. Only drove through Avignon one time without stopping, but I’m very familiar with Menton and like so many of the towns and villages along the Cote d’Azur I adore the “old towns.”

The Daily Photo main web site is: each day on this home page there are thumbnails of blogs from all around the world. Click on any of the 16 choices on each page (and there are usually around 18 pages per day) and you’ll open that blog.

One I found today has lots of nice pictures of working water craft in Le Guilvnec, France at the top of the Bay of Biscay. Working boats are one of my nautical interests. I’m going to add this link on the sidebar.

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  1. Enjoyable site. One of the blogs on the main page is from a town just down the road – lovely photos of our spring wildflowers.

    I don’t take many photos and never have gone after a photo, but Union Pacific 844, the last steam locomotive built in the country, is presently on a heritage tour from Cheyenne, WY to south TX. I’m pretty much right on the line, and you can bet I’ll be there. I think I feel about trains the way you feel about the Puddle Ducks 😉