Inverness 1

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This is about Dylan Winter's Blog, Sailing around Britain.

12 Responses to “Inverness 1”

  1. 14 September, 2015 at 6:38 pmJames Jeffrey says:

    Are you going to visit Caley Cruisers? :)

  2. 14 September, 2015 at 7:19 pmEade says:

    Hi all,
    I use g-earth to follow Dylan’s adventures and I see near Inverness, between Clacknaharry and Essich (passing straight over Scorguie) a strip of ‘boxed pixels’; what are they hiding? (Not even your Clyde naval base or the military airbase near Leeuwarden are hidden…). Or is it just my computer?
    Eade

  3. 14 September, 2015 at 8:16 pmJonathan Sharman says:

    I hope the Motor Cruiser looks better in real life. From the photos my first impression was that there had been a fire ;o)

  4. 14 September, 2015 at 9:09 pmewan says:

    I agree what was he thinking with that graphic on his MOBO

  5. 14 September, 2015 at 9:20 pmRon G says:

    Not hiding anything. Resolution disparity where they’ve been left with a bad job of mixing old and new tracks, always annoying when it happens over something you really want to check out. But I’m told Scorguie is better in low res.

  6. 14 September, 2015 at 9:21 pmRiley Morgan says:

    Mine is pixelated too, but street view works and if you go back in time 2014 works. Look at the 1945 view !

  7. 14 September, 2015 at 9:39 pmwarren says:

    I though the photo was a double exposure until I saw the later photos! was it a giant ‘wrap’ or painted?
    I like the chain saw carvings, they have a purpose as well as breaking up the endless grey .
    w

  8. 14 September, 2015 at 10:12 pmdylan winter says:

    it is a graphic of the Hindenberg diasater

    very weird

    more snaps soon

    D

  9. 14 September, 2015 at 10:15 pmdylan winter says:

    not planning on it

    D

  10. 15 September, 2015 at 8:29 amPhil Sitch says:

    Re-name it “Titanic” and fly a Jolly Roger I expect.

  11. 15 September, 2015 at 9:28 amTony K says:

    The name “Led Zeppelin” is a clue. The picture of the burning Hindenberg was used on the cover of band’s first album. The runic symbols are from the fourth album, the one with no name.

  12. 15 September, 2015 at 6:24 pmdylan winter says:

    owned by a Russian bloke apparently – speaks no English

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