This post is a day late.
On the other hand, the photographs from the day concerned were deeply disappointing anyway. I was ready to post yesterday but succumbed to a passing bout of feeling unwell, hence the unsubtle heading. Back to normal now, and it is time to catch up. Photographically, I kept the faith, but only by virtue of taking some night shots after the conclusion of my first camera club committee meeting in the chair.
It was dark, as nights tend to be, no visible moon, and there was steady fine drizzle. My first stop was at Day’s Bay wharf (the meeting had been in Eastbourne). The drizzle was soft but intense so no lights from across the harbour, and even the lights on the Day’s bay wharf are muted.
From there, it was a cautious drive around the bays, trying to see possible shots, and at the same time not to miss any of the sharp corners on the dark slippery road and thereby end up in the sea.
Nothing much revealed itself by the time I reached Seaview, but the water was very still. Perhaps the marina might yield something new.
I chose a different viewpoint than previously, but the drizzle floated onto my lens, and I got some interesting flare.
I hope for a better set from Thursday’s shooting.