Friday, November 18, 2016

Pirate Ship?

For some reason this weathervane looks like a pirate ship to me although I'm sure it is not meant to be. It's always a treat to find a new vane!

20 comments:

s.c said...

A romantic ship with clouds as sails. Nice find.

Tom said...

...it pays to look up.

eileeninmd said...

hello, what a cool weathervane. Love it!

Kate said...

I have posted several vanes this past month, but I find them difficult to find. They certainly are not as popular as they used to be. I love this one. Yes, it is fun to find one!!

Lowell said...

I like it. We don't have many vanes down here. Well, we have a lot of vain people, but that's different, I think. I'd rather have a vane.

Christine said...

Very nice find1 The sails are billowing in the wind!

Rose said...

I thought pirate ship, too.

Sharon Anck said...

It certainly reminds me of a pirate ship. It's very nice. I took several pictures of weather vanes when I was in London a month ago. I kept seeing them everywhere.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

It's one of the old sailing ships on my post today Pat ☺ I've always fancied a weathervane.. we've only been in this house for 30 years I'll get around to it eventually😀

Silver Willow said...

Viking or pirates, for sure, and SO SO cool!

bill burke said...

A very cool weather vane. Could be a pirate's ship.

Lois said...

It definitely looks like a pirate ship. I love it!

Taken For Granted said...

That is a fine looking weather vane. Not sure about it being a pirate ship, but it is certainly a sailing ship in a high wind. Keep on finding these wonderful objects.

Catalyst said...

Since I hail from Norwegians, I must say that can't be a Viking ship. Pirate ship it is.

TexWisGirl said...

yeah, okay. i'll go with viking, too. ;)

Cloudia said...

a magical craft

Karen S. said...

I agree, and it's a lovely design!

William Kendall said...

I like it!

Jack said...

Hmmmmm . . . what else could it be?

Karl Demetz said...

I like this weathervane, Pat !