I thought to myself this week that maybe I should just put up as good a photo as I could get up to today before I let another week pass by and then I would be behind again in this project… and since I went with Nikhil to the Kingston Promenade yesterday photo-hunting, I came back with a few decent shots, so here’s to the twentieth week of the year.
It was one of those uninspiring afternoons, nothing seemed to leap out at you, at least not photographically. I did get a shot of a crab before he scampered back into his “hole” (is there a name for those?), but he isn’t super-sharp, I may yet post it up. The beach was littered as usual, and the sun was shining so brightly I almost couldn’t look eastwards, and the glare off the water and sand wasn’t helping any either.
Fortunately I did manage to see through the glare enough to spot a youngster playing near the waves, as it turned out I got more than I thought 🙂
6 thoughts on “2011 Deck – Week 20”
Sing a song for serendipity 🙂 Glad at least one of us got that shot, it was too good to miss. A polarizer would have cut that glare (mine did) but you would have lost a bit of that contrast.
agreed, but shhh! don’t tell everyone, but I did have on the polariser, just didn’t pause long enough to adjust it 🙂
Nice shot. The sea looks rather angry. Wonder if the kid got to build his sand castle.
thanks A. Rose, good question 🙂 building one with those waves is probably disastrous 🙂
Nice shot of the silhouette of the boys against the waves. Brings back good old childhood memories when I had visited beaches and sea shores.
I think anyone who grew up near a seashore or riverbank has memories of times like this 🙂 Now I want to go find some rivers, not going to happen anytime soon though 🙂