Buddyyyyyyyy!!!! The shipwrecks we talked about! Very good photos. Love the light and reflections on the last one... fabulous!Hello everybody,
Thought I’d go out again to try my luck at more sunrise photos, bloody just missed it
One half descent photo of a late sunrise, the rest on boats/ship. I wasn’t just going to walk home without anything so I used 3 batts flying around hence the boats.
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Hello my German friend hope your busy day went okBuddyyyyyyyy!!!! The shipwrecks we talked about! Very good photos. Love the light and reflections on the last one... fabulous!
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Speaking of.... There was an ad - renew drivers license online. So I went online: "You do not quality" which basically meant "come in an prove you are still alive!" And, frankly, I could usurp "Old Man Mavics" title!!
That's the trouble with the speed of light, it gets here too early in the morning! Nice photos Porky. Remember, like the desert and rocks, there are only so many sunrises to shoot.
In my youth, getting up at that time meant I was probably going home. I always loved to wake up with a crack at dawn!!!Best time of the day “dawn” and don’t ask me who she is... just love the colours especially when flying over water, the reflection if it’s not windy is like a mirror.
I think from now on it’s going to be sunset photos, commitments 1st thing in the mornings so I’ll always miss them.
Ohhh yes, I remember those days. You could go into a shop with a pound and after ten minutes of looking around, you could come out with a kit-kat, four pieces of bubble gum, two Mars Bars, a sherbet sucker, and three bags of crisps and still have 19 shillings and sixpence in your pocket. (For the Americans that would be go in the shop with a dollar, and come out with three pretzels, four pieces of chewing gum, two Hershey bars and a small packets of potato chips and still have 95 cents in change). You just can't do that today because the shops have those convex mirrors on each aisle and those bloody video cameras everywhere watching you.
I do remember going to the cinema on a Saturday morning for thrupence though, and sixpeneth of chips was a huge meal to eat, those were the days. Ohhh, I miss chip shops, over here.