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Flashback Friday to this shoot from two years ago. I love looking through old pictures I was uncertain about posting in the past because I always seem to find these gems 💎 I have debated on uploading this in the past but I was unsure if it was good enough. Now after revisiting the photo I find such beauty in it, my face, my body, my hair, my vibe. I just love it. Which pic is your favorite? 1 or 2?
Side note: sorry about the picture quality as the original photo has since been deleted by the photographer before I had a chance to properly download it. So this is just a screen shot from my old phone. I edited it to make it a bit more grainy to fit the vibe. 🙃
ORP Wicher II and ORP Grom II.
ORP Wicher II served in the Polish Navy from 1930 to 1939, it was a flagship destroyer of Poland. one of two large Polish ships that stubbornly resisted the Germans in September 1939 during the coastal defense. sunk by German aircraft on September 3, 1939.
ORP Grom II was built in the shipyard of A. Żdanowa in Leningrad. he entered the service of the Soviet Navy on August 11, 1952 under the name “Способный“. it was then leased to the Polish Navy - the Polish flag was raised on December 15, 1957. in 1965 he was bought back by Poland. he was part of the 7th Squadron of Destroyers in Oksywie.
both of the ships were leased and then bought back from the Soviet Union by the Polish Navy. even then their condition left much to be desired. when the ships left service in the 1970s, a place had to be found for them: it was decided to dismantle some of the ships and place empty hulls near the port to protect the shore from waves.
later a tractor appeared on the beach, the hulls were towed and set up on the north side of the Naval Port. and so they stand there and rust.