Share 2019 - 50/50 Day 4 (12 Dec)

Joined
Mar 25, 2011
Messages
2,863
Location
London
Absolute disaster weather wise. Since my Xmas tree is not up yet, that is not an option.
Yesterday or the day before someone mentioned that Valerie (the old boat) should be safely taken out of the water for winter storage.
I went to the yacht club to find out what they did with old unloved boats.
I had to aim the camera at arms length through the locked fence while it was raining.

I might change the picture if I find something more interesting later on.
It might even be a late night Thames picture.
DSC_0890.JPG
Subscribe to see EXIF info for this image (if available)
 
Last edited:
Joined
Mar 25, 2011
Messages
2,863
Location
London
That combo Lens+Camera is insane !
So sharp.

Subscribe to see EXIF info for this image (if available)
 
Joined
Feb 4, 2011
Messages
7,076
Location
Arizona
Absolute disaster weather wise. Since my Xmas tree is not up yet, that is not an option.
Yesterday or the day before someone mentioned that Valerie (the old boat) should be safely taken out of the water for winter storage.
I went to the yacht club to find out what they did with old unloved boats.
I had to aim the camera at arms length through the locked fence while it was raining.

I might change the picture if I find something more interesting later on.
It might even be a late night Thames picture.
View attachment 1651379
The unloved boat yard. Definitely a story or three to be had.

That combo Lens+Camera is insane !
So sharp.

View attachment 1651386
Love the atmosphere of this one.
 
Joined
Dec 3, 2012
Messages
6,553
Location
N Idaho
Busy moving snow around (again). What a PIA this slushy snow is
Subscribe to see EXIF info for this image (if available)
Subscribe to see EXIF info for this image (if available)
. Anyway, the deer were curious and came out to see what I was up too. Put the shovel up and got my camera, hid (?) behind a tree, I wasn't hiding very well, they knew were I was and kept an eye on me.
 
Last edited:
Joined
Feb 4, 2011
Messages
7,076
Location
Arizona
That reflection almost looks like a painting. Very cool.

Busy moving snow around (again). What a PIA this slushy snow isView attachment 1651392View attachment 1651393. Anyway, the deer were curious and came out to see what I was up too. Put the shovel up and got my camera, hid (?) behind a tree, I wasn't hiding very well, they knew were I was and kept an eye on me.
Love the expression on the small one.
 
Joined
May 5, 2005
Messages
23,177
Location
SW Virginia
Absolute disaster weather wise. Since my Xmas tree is not up yet, that is not an option.
Yesterday or the day before someone mentioned that Valerie (the old boat) should be safely taken out of the water for winter storage.
I went to the yacht club to find out what they did with old unloved boats.
I had to aim the camera at arms length through the locked fence while it was raining.

I might change the picture if I find something more interesting later on.
It might even be a late night Thames picture.
View attachment 1651379
That combo Lens+Camera is insane !
So sharp.

View attachment 1651386
We're seeing a bit of London...including some of its seedier sides. Keep 'em coming.
 
Joined
May 5, 2005
Messages
23,177
Location
SW Virginia
Busy moving snow around (again). What a PIA this slushy snow isView attachment 1651392View attachment 1651393. Anyway, the deer were curious and came out to see what I was up too. Put the shovel up and got my camera, hid (?) behind a tree, I wasn't hiding very well, they knew were I was and kept an eye on me.

Looks like my back yard, though I believe your deer are tamer. We're only about 0.1 miles from the National Forest where open season on deer has been going on.
 
Joined
May 5, 2005
Messages
23,177
Location
SW Virginia
Crossing the bridge

Subscribe to see EXIF info for this image (if available)
 
Joined
Apr 11, 2007
Messages
10,681
Location
Holyoke, MA USA
Day 4 - Not a Lump of Coal in My Stocking, But .........

not a nice early Christmas present, either. Somebody sideswiped my rearview mirror during the night and created this (two other pictures in the bucket.) My guess is it was either a truck or a large SUV, since their mirror obviously was higher than mine. Glad it wasn't a full sideswipe.
Day 4_12-12-2019_Broken Sideview Mirror_Back View.JPG
Subscribe to see EXIF info for this image (if available)


Here is the link to the bucket: Bucket Shots
 
Last edited:
Joined
Apr 11, 2007
Messages
10,681
Location
Holyoke, MA USA
Absolute disaster weather wise. Since my Xmas tree is not up yet, that is not an option.
Yesterday or the day before someone mentioned that Valerie (the old boat) should be safely taken out of the water for winter storage.
I went to the yacht club to find out what they did with old unloved boats.
I had to aim the camera at arms length through the locked fence while it was raining.

I might change the picture if I find something more interesting later on.
It might even be a late night Thames picture.
I second Nick's sentiments. But you shouldn't feel bad about the photo. A lot there to see for entertainment. They just park them there? For years?
 
Joined
Apr 11, 2007
Messages
10,681
Location
Holyoke, MA USA
Busy moving snow around (again). What a PIA this slushy snow is. Anyway, the deer were curious and came out to see what I was up too. Put the shovel up and got my camera, hid (?) behind a tree, I wasn't hiding very well, they knew were I was and kept an eye on me.
Big eyed Bambi's for sure, Rick. I'd love to have those guy's visit me every day.
 
Links on this page may be to our affiliates. Sales through affiliate links may benefit this site.
Nikon Cafe is a fan site and not associated with Nikon Corporation.
Forum post reactions by Twemoji: https://github.com/twitter/twemoji
Copyright © 2005-2019 Amin Forums, LLC
Top Bottom