Saturday, June 27, 2009

Pasha Bulker memorial.
The word Pasha is an important title used around the areas of Turkey and Egypt. It also appears to be associated with the names Pavel or Paul which, just to be quirky, mean small or humble.

This red work of art has a very narrow beam heave-to behind a commonplace metal barrier, while on port side is a 'no parking' sign and a submerged metal slab forms a very solid obstacle for any sailors on deck without their sea-legs, not that pedestrians need be shelted from all risk, yet the setting could be a little more spacious and see worthy. This ingrate should walk the plank.

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