These two were taken on an early morning walk with Charlie. Fog was lifting and it was strong backlighting and this sucked almost all the colour our of these images.
I managed to get out sailing and between trimming the sails and pulling on the rudder I managed to get a few shots of the water front.
The tall ships have come and gone but that doesn’t mean we are devoid of wind jammers. This weekend we had six tall ships in port. We had the Amistad, Bluenose, Bounty, Caledonia, Picton Castle, and Teresa E. Connor. Everyday is a good day in Lunenburg.
The Bounty is in port for the next five days. Yesterday it was bucketing down rain so all grey and dreary, and yes I do shoot in the rain. I decided to take advantage of the dull and use the shots I did to create a very old fashion look.
I haven’t posted for a while due to an illness in the family. We now how outside help so hopefully both Doreen and I can have a bit of a breather.
This morning I took Charlie our for her constitution. It was just before 8:00 a.m. and the day was starting out to be hot and was only going to get hotter. I looked into the direction of the sun and light was so wonderful. I walked along until I got this boat and light in the position I wanted . I took a meter reading off the blue sky that was about 90˚ away from this sail boat as I was shooting for a silhouette.
When I got home, and enlarged this image, I noticed that had a dust spot on my sensor. I simply spotted it out and then cleaned my sensor. This is the first time I have had to clean the sensor on my µ43 in almost three years. For me this is unusual as I clean my Nikon almost every second month as I hate dust. I am not sure how Panasonic cleans there sensors but it seems to work!