fire and water

By: Lesley

Sep 29 2010

Category: Toronto

6 Comments

Aperture:f/11
Focal Length:13.7mm
ISO:100
Shutter:1/320 sec
Camera:DMC-TZ3

The fire rescue boat, William Lyon MacKenzie, shows off its technique. It was built in 1964 for marine fire fighting as well as ice breaking and named after the first mayor of Toronto.

Participating in Watery Wednesday

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6 comments on “fire and water”

  1. wow, would want to see one of these in action. not during a real fire, mind, but for an exhibition only 🙂

    Watery Wednesday

  2. That’s cool!!! And to know a bit of history of the naming is fantastic.

    My Wednesday Photo Link

    I do hope you stop by for a visit if time allows!! Have a wonderful wednesday!

  3. Quite an effective rescue boat! Have a lovely day!

  4. Hi Lesley…Genie from Climbing the Digital Mountain here. Thanks for stopping by to see me. I must tell you it kills me to see the water do in the sand castles. The guys and the kids work ALL DAY long just for it to go bye-bye before morning. This year we were lucky and there would always be a little bit left for us to see when we got up. Another fun thing is when the water starts dinging it, we let the children stomp around on it..they really love that. About your fire boat. I have never seen one of those in action. Guess we have both seen something new and different today.

    Genie

  5. Have never seen a fire boat in real action. You’ve just captured this amazingly. I love it!

  6. I never seen like a fire boat in action too. This is cool. Great photo.


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