Photographer's Note

The one was taken at the same time as the previous one, from the same place (the fore deck, I believe), but looking on the other side of the ship and with a higher angle. As a consequence, there is no some sea in the image and you can see it is a bit shoppy here. From this one, I am more convinced we were not bracing at the moment, since in that case people would have gathered just on one side, but more probably pulling on the lifts of the moving yards. There are in fact three groups of people here :
- the first one, in the foreground, is the end of the row seen in yesterday's picture (this makes one lift, possibly the upper top sail, the heaviest) ;
- the second one is on the right, probably on a second lift (the top gallant) ;
- there is a third, smaller group of people in the background center, holding the buntlines ;
- a female crew member is looking up to the sails to control the manoeuvre (there was one male equivalent in the previous picture, plus the bossman).
And to answer Emre's question in his critic on the previous picture, there are two and perhaps three women here: one in the foreground, the sailwoman and perhaps the person with a purple overall on the right. So do not worry Emre, this is really a mixed crew here.

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Additional Photos by Emmanuel LE CLERCQ (emjleclercq) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 2013 W: 62 N: 3116] (15778)
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