Every year, the Norwegian shipping newspaper Tradewinds runs a photo competition for readers in the maritime industry. This year's 12 finalists have been selected from 100 entries and are listed on their web story Tradewinds Maritime Photographer of the Year
The Antipodean Mariner has got one finalist as has Captain Kevin, Master of 'Go Canopus' - a night shot of his vessel backed up to the stern of Rena attaching the static tow wire.
Anyway, take a look - the story is not in the 'subscription only' part of the site and there 10 other fabulous shots by amateur maritime photographers capturing the essence of the sea.
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