A Photographic Journal of Life at Sea: Life at Forty-Five Degrees

For me, before I got on a boat sailing was very romanticised. Crossing vast swaths of the mighty ocean with just you, a boat and a few people, drinking beer while watching epic sunsets and arriving in exotic lands. In reality though, much of the time was taken up by exhaustion, cooking at a 45 degree angle, waiting, looking at water, being damp all the time, vomiting, peeing at a 45 degree angle, tinned food, sleeping on top of each other at a 45 degree angle, untangling rope, and not showering.

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One thought on “A Photographic Journal of Life at Sea: Life at Forty-Five Degrees

  1. Great photos! Love that Anthony and the toothbrush pic – the towel looks like it just got fed up with dangling downwards like all the other towels… Definitely one of yours, that one!! 😉

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