|Sorlandet - from Norway|
I have just posted some photos from the Fair Isle event. I have not gone through all my photos yet and should be updating this post when I get time as I am rushing to post before the power goes off.
Lowri watches the tall ship crew come ashore in his Fair Isle Kep
hand knit by his great grand mother Annie Thomson.
Make me an offer I can't refuse...
Fair Isle Knitter Margo Saying good by to all her hard Work before the bartering starts.
|You chose wisely.|
Without knowing he chose a Fair Isle Fisherman's Kep hand knit by Lise Sinclair herself. Legend!
|I heard him say... "It's a Fair Trade on Fair Isle"|
BBC Coast was there and everyone has a camera or phone clicking away! including me!
|Some of the Lucky Crew in their new Fair Isle Keps.|
View From My House!
Auld Haa, Fair Isle, South Harbour & Sorlandet Norwegian Tall Ship
|The much needed Party Tent at the Haven|
The weather was rubbish for July! but it could of been Worse... this is Fair Isle after all.
|4 Flags |
Small Ships & Yachts from all over Europe in the North Haven.
|The Sheltering Sea Shanty Singers!|
|Norwegian Ship - Framstig|
Turn about is "Fair" play.Ian Best in the Dingy
Everyone takes a look at passing Tall Ships even the curious Puffins
Band was Rockin' - People Jumpin' - Tent Swayin' - Wind Howlin' - Ships Bobbin' - Plenty of Drinkin'
& the Sea was just Swell!
Rock God... Neil Thomson Tips his Hat.
Good Night! and it was.
Cheers! Bon Voyage!in those rough seas... Rock On!
Two new paintings I've made during the event.
The colour in the photos are a bit yellow or warm as compared to the originals
14 by 10 inches Acrylic on canvas board
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