I’ve never been a fisherman. Now that I’m retired I guess I will have the time. While I’ve learned never to say never over the years, I seriously doubt I will spend any of my retirement time fishing. I might start posting a few more photos. Why I don’t know. No one looks at them. Face Book is the new Blog I guess. I’ve been using my Son’s Canon 5d mk2 lately. I can’t say I really notice any difference from my Panasonic at least at the web level. The Canon must weigh twice what the Panasonic does.
Being a Grand Father is great! Not as much time to post pictures but I will have to work on that. Thomas is growing and he’s a wonderful child. I guess this is his first time checking out the headless women. Good to be young.
I’m shooting a lot more video these days. The winter, being what it is, has seen to it that pretty much all my shooting has been at well below zero. The movie button on the Canon 5d froze after only five minutes. It was that cold. I did manage to take a few stills to try and capture how cold it was.
Photographers are often urged to “shoot wide”. Often it’s good advise but like any rule, there are times the opposite is true. This telephoto photo of the Sensation gives a rather unique picture of a cruise ship. It works for me.
Good to be back from holidays. We have so much in Canada. We are so lucky. A very windy holiday on the cruise boat. In fact, it was the roughest cruise I’ve ever taken. Lot’s of gray skies and endless whitecaps. We take photos when we can. Taken in Freeport, Bahamas.
A very interesting picture. No post op at all. This really belongs on a Rolex ad. Taken in New York City, New York.