Tuesday, September 11, 2012

import

cargo containers with import goods


15 comments:

Halcyon said...

I find watching the loading of these ships fascinating. It's like tetris!

Joy said...

What a great take on 'I'. I've seen MSC ships off the south coast and was just thinking of them trundling across the Atlantic to Canada, until I noticed the Grimaldi ferry. They hadn't travelled as far as I thought!

RedPat said...

I didn't think that was Burlington!

uberrhund said...

Great idea for "I" and Halcyon is right it IS just like Tetris!

VioletSky said...

We don't have anything like this in Burlington, and I spent ages watching them. it was very exciting. my travelling companion left me to it ...

Roger Owen Green said...

INTERNATIONAL trade makes the world more INTERESTING.

ROG, ABC Wednesday team

ArtMuseDog and Carol said...

Great shots for ABC ~ (A Creative Harbor)

Ann said...

So interesting how they stack them so neatly! Great looking ships.
Ann

Jama said...

We import lots of stuffs from overseas!

Luna Miranda said...

the coming and going of ships are fascinating to watch. great shots.

namaki said...

ah ! globalisation ... goods from anywhere going anywhere ... the color of the water id gorgeous by the way !

EG CameraGirl said...

Great one for I! Hmmm. And I was in the Burlington-Hamilton area a couple of days ago and didn't even think of the word import.

Wanda said...

Wow, Iport is a great word. Like your photo's too.

Kate said...

We have this kind of ship close to us in Duluth, MN, and the sight of them coming and going always draws huge crowds, esp during the heavy summer season. Really INCREDIBLE sights to see. Kate, ABC Team

Sara said...

Ah, this sort of importing is a familiar sight to me, living in a port city as I do...though not the one you are showing is.

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