I seem to be having a hard time catching up with my daily posts. Too many projects and too much time boating! Unfortunately, old boats seems to often share the demise of the one in this photo. The circumstances of how it got there are still a little questionable, so will not comment.
I took this photo in moderately rough water, it was a good test of the stabilization feature of the camera.
Our waterways are populated with numerous unique vessels. Here is a barge with a crane and push boat. Probably preparing to do some work on the shoreline.
I have been very busy boating since arriving down south. I have a number of water related photo projects, but to date have been more concerned with familiarizing myself with the boats and local waters than photographing. Passed this interesting old boat house on the May River, and thought it would come out well in black and white.
After just finishing a Power Squadron course which included boat safety equipment, I could not resist taking this photo.
My initial experiments taking photographs from a boat underway seem to be going well. I was particularly concerned with maintaining details, which at a high shutter speed seem to be no problem.
Starting to explore the local waters around Port Royal Sound and photograph some of my favorite subjects from those waters.
I have not seen John in several years, but hope to catch up with him again of the docks in Brunswick, GA.
Yikes, I thought I was only one day behind, but it was two. Here is an interesting vessel getting ready to enter the locks at Fort Augustus on the Caledonian Canal.
One last view from Portree, looking out from above the harbor area.