You never know what you’ll come across
You never know what you’ll come across as a visit to the local coastal town proves.
It was a gloomy overcast December day and I thought I’d take my son out for a drive and maybe find something interesting to photograph.
After having lunch out we had a walk down the seaside promenade. Apart from a large contingent of gulls there was a small fishing boat out in the estuary.
Then my son got excited:
He saw this ship coming out of port. We watched as it cleared the harbour walls and then headed down the estuary. I’m not sure what it was about this particular ship but he stood there and watched until we lost sight of it. Although it wasn’t huge it did dwarf the little fishing boat that was busy a few hundred metres away.
Now when I see a ship or a plane I wonder where it’s come from and where its going. I’m a bit weird like that, as my wife will testify. Well, she will probably just say I’m weird full stop. 😀.
But my son just enjoyed the moment of watching.
Sometimes as photographers I think that’s something we forget: to stop and look at the moment. Take a photograph by all means but also enjoy that sunset, landscape, night sky, whatever it maybe.
Because you never know what you’ll come across….
Whats the difference between a boat and a ship? Apparently a ship can carry a boat, but a boat can’t carry a ship.
Why are submarines called boats? That’s a conversation that needs alcohol and snacks 😀