Description Profits will be donated to Sail of Hope.http://www.pabloavanzini.com/articles/SAIL_of_HOPEThe Kruzenshtern departing the port of Cadiz, during the Quincentennial celebration Tall Ships Race in 1992.The four-masted bark, built in 1926 as the 'Padua', is the last vessel of its kind. Built as a cargo-carrying sailing ship, she was one of the Flying P-Liners, the sailing ships of the German F. Laeisz shipping company from Hamburg.The last Windjammer is still active today, although it has undergone a change in profession and turned training ship. Today the 'Kruzenshtern' is the world's second largest sailing ship - second to Russian 'Sedov' - and, without a doubt, the most famous ship in the contemporary Russian sailing fleet.
My work has been published in journals, photography books and exhibited in Galleries. Some of my images have been purchased by private collectors.
Most images were taken in Galicia. a region in the north of Spain. Small coastal towns bathed by the Atlantic Ocean, breathtaking panoramas taken in lowlight conditions enhance the natural beauty of this part of the world.