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Ss Rotterdam Crowsnest Forward View
Rotterdam

This photo was taken from the crowsnest aboard the SS Rotterdam looking over the bow of the ship. The approx height is 60 metres from ground level. The shot is made by my friend Remy de Jong 'Senior who had the balls of steel to climb the ladder up towards the crows nest ;-)

As he recalls it, "so cool, feels like on top of the world"

Copyright: Henk Van Den Berg
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Uploaded: 10/04/2010
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