This fabulous ocean liner was docked at the Port of Melbourne over the weekend and I wondered how to go about stowing away on her for a few days. All those decks just seemed to be repeating themselves. Dream on…..

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18 thoughts on “243 REPEATING PATTERNS

  1. Nice patterns. After being on a cruise ship that was stuck in a hurricane (after the hurricane unexpectedly changed course), I vowed no more cruise ships for me. It was miserable and there was nowhere to hide.

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  2. Wow, now that’s a boat! I agree with Julie though, I’m not too sure how comfortable I’d feel floating on it in the middle of the ocean. Great example of repeating patterns.

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  3. Those ships are huge, too huge! Do the people on board know they are on a ship? Perhaps I will try one in the future but for now I prefer canoes or kayaks. It surely is a repeating pattern, for all 7 or 8 stories!

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