Each new discovery is one I don’t have to make again.
There seem to be an endless supply of discoveries to be made, but I think I am making progress. I took the new camera out for a walk yesterday, but the first thing I saw was a flock of white-faced heron. They were beyond the 200 mm range of my longest Fuji lens, so I used the trusty Canon and was just in time to see them depart from the reeds.
On the other side of the inlet, I saw “Kate”. She has had a new coat of paint and the name is obscured, but Kate has been part of the Plimmerton scene for quite a while now. She’s a sturdy little boat, but I wonder what she is used for now.
Across the bay, the line of boat sheds made an interesting picture, with the speed limit sign pointing the way. The light was a bit flat but it was useful to learn how this camera performs in these circumstances.
Down on the ramp of the Plimmerton Yacht Club, I used the flip-out viewing screen to try for a very low angle across the water. Still learning.
That’s all for now.