The photos in this section are all by WSS member Michel Tremblay, who specialises in photographing all the vessels that visit the Port of Gaspé, Québec. Here we present a small selection of his latest submissions. Many more will follow in the days ahead.
WARNING. All photographs on this website are copyrighted by the photographer and/or the World Ship Society, and are not to be copied, distributed or otherwise used for any commercial purpose without the written consent of the photographer.
By clicking on a thumbnail image from the selection shown, a larger image will appear. This can then be enlarged again to full screen size. Some of the photos may include a "forum" where you can submit your comments about the individual image on that page. If you wish to view the album as a slide show, click on the appropriate button and set the time for viewing each image.
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If the photographer has given permission to publish his e-mail address, it will appear here as a link. This will send a message direct to the photographer in question. If no e-mail link is shown, then the photographer has not indicated his desire to become involved in any correspondence. If you wish to make contact with this member, send a request to the firstname.lastname@example.org and your request will be forwarded on to the photographer.
Photo Album-TRE-01. "The Port of Gaspé". The vast majority of photographs shown in this album were taken within the Port of Gaspé, Québec, Canada. All photos by WSS member Michel Tremblay, unless otherwise noted.
Notes: any reference to "SB" refers to a location known as "Sandy Beach".
In due course, a searchable database will be established which will allow the reader to search for ship name, etc. of all images on the website's Photo Albums. This database will then point you to the location of the image on the website.
These images are not considered part of the International World Ship Society's Photo Library (W.S.P.L.), although copies may be held by them. The images at present are held by the Vancouver Branch's Photo Collection.