Thanks guys for your nice statements!
But it's easy to ge this scenery when there is strong light from a window or door. That's already 85% of the job, the additional 10% is to enter this place and to start some conversation without speaking Italian.......scusi
My friend Hans speaks fluently this language and he translated a bit, so the rest of 5% is the effort of the cam and me....... I'm always dreaming about those dark places with working people, tools and more or less low light in the corners and a beam of sunlight.
What a nice sailboat! Looks like a modern hull with lots of plane surface near the stern for gliding in stronger winds (the bigger brothers)
For more than 7 years I work for the biggest german speedboat builder. He was one of the best raceboat drivers in the 60s in proprider and other outboard engine driven boats.
When in 1973 my windsurfing begun, he invented shortly after this date the rubber universal joint which all windsurfers have until today.
Looking at the McKibbin sail from my Hobie 14 he began to design surfsails with long sailbuttons for a stiffer profile.
Thanks a lot Don, after two months of a non-camera-syndrom the short visit near Palermo gave me the input to 'see' more. Your statement is really appreciated.
to @ Have a nice Easter Holiday!