Boat Shop at Independence Seaport Museum
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Boat Shop at Independence Seaport Museum

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The skilled craftspeople at the boat shop in Philadelphia's Independence Seaport Museum build and repair fine wooden boats and teach boatbuilding.  They are currently building a pair of traditional whaleboats for the Mystic (Connecticutt) Seaport Museum's restored whaling ship Charles W. Morgan.  Next to the nearly completed boat is the suspended framing system on which they are formed, with just the keel piece of the next one in place.

7x3 shots with Samyang 8mm fisheye on Sony NEX-5n, in-camera HDR mode -3,0,+3 EV.

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