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Went on a holiday to Shoalhaven. Went hunting for trucks at 6:00 in the morning and discovered this doing some commercial bins in the town centre. Wasn't around in the town for much longer and went off to other towns during the day. All trucks to be uploaded in my longest video yet.

66107 on the Northolt Sidings to Severnside Sita, full of household waste for incineration

Berthing a container ship in Port Said, Egypt.

The vessel YANTIAN EXPRESS (IMO: 9229831, MMSI 211367460) is a Container Ship built in 2002 (18 years old) and currently sailing under the flag of Germany.

Mick is driving in convoy.

26/05/2021, Northbound the through Suez Canal this morning.

 

Taken from the 'Majestic Maersk', en route from Tanjung Pelapas, Malaysia, to Algeciras, Spain, then onward to Bremerhaven and Gdansk.

 

Keel laid on 14/01/2013, launched on 23/03/2013 and completed on 03/08/2013 by Daewoo, Okpo, South Korea (4251).

194,849 g.t., 194,431 dwt. and 198,270 dwt., as:

‘Majestic Maersk’.

 

Photos are with the permission of Martin Dobak.

Sorry for not full shot, there was someone in the way. Surprised to see this truck, from the Lucas Heights yard? Mick is driving. I also had to snip it.

  

Saw this truck drive past my house on the way up to service some townhouses at the end of my street on the public holiday while I was doing some work there.

Great Bitter Lake, Egypt

Concerning logistics, capital's wild goosechase, Suez and Evergreen, urbanism and dialectics

 

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Les Pyramides de Gizeh, l’aéroport du Caire et le Canal de Suez : quand les Merveilles du Monde rencontrent le monde moderne ! L’Egypte est vraiment un des pays les plus photogéniques depuis l’espace :) Par contre côté désert pas facile de voir une quelconque frontière… en attardant son regard, on trouve par contre des paysages un peu fantasmagoriques. C’est splendide et intriguant, mais tellement inhospitalier que je ne les verrai jamais de mes propres yeux… et peut-être que personne d’autre non plus !

 

The pyramids, Cairo airport and the Suez canal, or when #wondersoftheworld meets the #modernworld. Egypt is one of the most easily recognisable countries and one of the most photogenic places to picture from space! Casting your gaze on the surrounding desert you see beautiful and intriguing shapes but I (nor anyone else) will probably ever see them in real life. The environment is too unhospitable!

 

Credits: ESA/NASA–T. Pesquet

 

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This overhead line was built across the Suez Canal in 1998 to supp;y power and communications to the West bank / Sinai Peninsular

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The enormous Ever Given container ship, wedged in Egypt’s Suez Canal, is visible in new images captured by the Copernicus Sentinel-1 mission.

 

The giant container ship ran aground in the canal on 23 March on its journey from China to the Netherlands. The image on the left, captured on 21 March, shows routine maritime traffic in the canal with vessels visible every 2 to 3 km. The image on the right, captured on 25 March, shows the 400 m-ship blocking the canal.

 

The canal connects Port Said on the Mediterranean Sea to the Indian Ocean via the Egyptian city of Suez on the Red Sea. The blockage has delayed hundreds of tankers and vessels in reaching their destination, and more maritime traffic is still heading to the crucial waterway. Ships can be seen accumulating in the Gulf of Suez.

 

Tug boats are working hard to dislodge the 200 000 tonne ship, however Egyptian authorities say it is unclear when the route will reopen.

 

The two identical Copernicus Sentinel-1 satellites carry radar instruments to provide an all-weather, day-and-night supply of imagery of Earth’s surface, making it ideal to monitor ship traffic.

 

The sea surface reflects the radar signal away from the satellite, and makes water appear dark in the image. This contrasts with metal objects, in this case the ships in the bay, which appear as bright dots in the dark waters.

 

Credits: Contains modified Copernicus Sentinel data (2021), processed by ESA, CC BY-SA 3.0 IGO

 

La voici, la construction humaine que l'on peut vraiment voir depuis l'espace à l’œil nu : l'indispensable canal de Suez reconstitué à partir de 100 clichés. Et en zoomant, on voit même les énormes porte-conteneurs faire la queue leu leu sur une ligne droite, qui tranche littéralement le paysage (franchement impressionnante depuis l'espace !), les navires au mouillage qui patientent avant leur tour... et un certain Ever-Given, toujours immobilisé, même si plus dans le canal...! 🇪🇬

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The Suez canal complete stitched together taken from 100 pictures with the highest zoom possible. Yes, you should be able to see the Evergiven (anchored to the side) in this collage! www.esa.int/ESA_Multimedia/Images/2021/06/Suez_Canal_comp...

 

Credits: ESA/NASA–T. Pesquet/A. Conigli

 

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Ship of the desert! An enormous (unidentified) Maersk Line container ship heads a southbound convoy of ships through the recently duelled 22miles of the Suez Canal

26/05/2021, Northbound the through Suez Canal this morning.

 

Taken from the 'Majestic Maersk', en route from Tanjung Pelapas, Malaysia, to Algeciras, Spain, then onward to Bremerhaven and Gdansk.

 

Keel laid on 14/01/2013, launched on 23/03/2013 and completed on 03/08/2013 by Daewoo, Okpo, South Korea (4251).

194,849 g.t., 194,431 dwt. and 198,270 dwt., as:

‘Majestic Maersk’.

 

Photos are with the permission of Martin Dobak.

Suez Kanal , Portsaid , Egypt l قناة السويس, بورسعيد, مصر

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Many tugs can be seen throughout the Canal and Canal ports

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