Although we had our amazing dinghy and land expeditions, there was also a lot of time spent on the boat during the Antarctic trip.
When I exhausted the day’s shots of icescapes, I took photographs of the ship’s features, notably the rope, which there was a lot of. It made me think of the saying “money for old rope”. It has a nautical origin and comes from the days when sailors sold the good, (shorter), undamaged bits of rope when they came ashore.
~ Spotted Cow