Heading Out for a Day’s Catch – Early Morning Photography On July 12, 2016 By mvschulzeIn Adventure, Boating, Boats, Fishing, Nautical, New jersey, Photo, Summer From a Sea Doo’s perspective at 6:15 AM today, Barnegat Inlet, NJ July 12, 2016 As usual, click on the image for a closer look, and thanks for viewing. Comments are always welcome. M 🙂 Share this:TwitterEmailFacebookPrintLike this:Like Loading...
6 thoughts on “Heading Out for a Day’s Catch – Early Morning Photography”
Nice . . . but, what are you doing out on a see-doo at 6:45am?
My thing! 🙂
I also wonder about having the camera out on a see-do . . . Is it a waterproof rig, or are you extraordinarily careful?
Reply to camera question: I have a fairly water resistent back pack. But in use, on the water, the camera is in front of me, on a towel. I avoid rough conditions (no camera in those cases) but, like early on this day… the water was like glass and slow and purposeful is the rule in the inlet. The PWC is actually a pretty stable platform, under these conditions, but caution is always the rule. Marty
so beautiful- love the sunlight with the lighthouse
Thanks, Lisa. It was a brilliantly clear morning yesterday, and when the fishing boat came by, with the sun generally behind the lighthouse, I scrambled to line them up for the shot, not that easy with the DSLR on the PWC, which likes to turn a lot when idling! Marty 🙂