Way back when I was a young ‘un, I used to sail with friends out in the Santa Barbara Channel. Wet Wednesdays were the thing! Anyway, even though I get horribly seasick, and really am a landlubber, boats – sailboats in particular – always catch my eye. There is nothing like keeling to one side, wind whipping through your hair, sails snapping, speeding along. Sitting quietly on a boat, too, is wonderful – for me, it makes me really, really sick, but when that scopolamine patch kicks in and the seasickness goes away, it’s pure heaven!
Another picture I have no idea that I took! The aliens that visit must have done it, or a cat. No idea. I have been thinking of doing double-exposures lately, and maybe this is an accidental one as my 1937 Weltur doesn’t have any mechanism to prevent that. Whatever, it is rather interesting to me.
Something to reflect as you follow the curve the road. Better to see the reflection than reflect later on, why did I have to answer my phone whilst driving???
When we were in Mammoth Lakes last August, we took the gondola to the top of the mountain. I’ve never been on a ski lift before, so it was quite the experience! I felt like an excited kid, got a bit seasick, and totally enjoyed myself.