Travel Photography Photos tagged as oil
From the Quechee Gorge Village website: "Danforth Pewter is a family-owned company that has been handcrafting pewter in Vermont for over thirty-five years. Reviving a 250-year family legacy, the artisans at Danforth’s Middlebury Vermont workshop blend traditional techniques with contemporary design to create heirloom-quality pewter oil lamps, vases, jewelry, key rings, ornaments, buttons, and gifts for babies and weddings."
Fine Pewter oil lamps made in Vermont by Danforth Pewter, available at the Quechee Gorge Village. Very nice stuff, but out of my price range ... until next trip.
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Wollumbi is a unique highly praised estate featuring some of the Southern Highlands most prized cattle, cold climate wines and olive oil. http://www.wollumbi.com.au/
Oil painting masterpiece by Susan Terry, 2.5k, sold, brilliant colors almost looks acrylic
Glacier Lake oil painting. flawless and magical. $550
Nodding Donkey in old Baku Oil fields, Azerbaijan
lighted oil lamps in a buddhist temple
Colorful Oil and brilliantly painted mood abstract of a dreamy rowboat adrift purple-blue waters with aqua-green skies,$1250. Will someday auction for 10x this figure. Painting is already well known in major art circles and auction houses.
Oil painting by Monet
Enjoying a local beer on the rooftop of the Orient Hostel, you get to watch passing oil and cargo ships, as they float by on the Marmara sea. The haze in the distance isn't pollution, but dust or sand from a nearby desert!
My cousin Robert and I went through an Oil Derrick that has been turned into a museum
My cousin, Robert, is standing by a single link from one of the chains that tie down a drilling platform.
The sign says this can old 28 people in an emergancy. Seems a bit cozy to me.
The museum has a large display showing many different types of offshore oil platforms. This one is a semisubmersible and can be kept on location with thrusters.
These platforms can be moved from one place to another, then anchor themselves in place by lowering the jack like legs.
This model represents a centrally located, fixed production platform. It can support directional drilling and ongoing production of up to two dozen wells.
This is part of a very large (24' square?) display showing different types of drilling platforms, both above and below the waterline.
The bottom row is for hard rock that can be chipped. The top row are bits used for softer rock that responds better to scraping.
Ultra-deepwater atmospheric diving suit capable of dives up to 2,300 feet.
This is an old offshore oil platform that has been converted to a museum. You can walk around many sections of this, including the catwalk visible in the center.
These are at the Galveston waterfront (bay side), near The Strand.
This is my cousins house in Lake Jackson, Texas - very nice.
Steve really made the tour of the old villa come alive. He has become quite close to Miss Betsy's ghost and keeps a picture of her in his jacket pocket.