British Virgin Islands III -- Sailing

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  1. midget patrol

    midget patrol TPF Noob!

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    Photos of the boats, rigging, etc. (generally) while we're under way.

    Critique and commentary encouraged!

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  2. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Oh nice. All five of them a nice surprise!
    (They loaded slowly for me. Only one after the other, that`s why I can say "surprise" about all of them). I really like the perspectives and eye for detail in all of these, and the colours, those bright colours of the sky and the rigging in the sun.

    There even is a bit of a self-portrait to be detected in Photo 3!

    And the biggest surprise after what was mostly blue and white was the last with the rushing sea underneath in the evening sun - suddenly all is in golden light! I like them all!
     
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    very nice! what type of boat were you on? last pic makes me like like a Cat?
     
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    Thanks, LaFoto. Taking a picture of something that's round and shiny, i couldn't find a way to get rid of my own reflection!

    subimatt, it was a 47-foot cat. Those nets were great places to sleep. :)
     

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