F/6.3, 1/800, ISO 200.
Day 227 / 365
How do paddle boarders say “hello” to each other?
Interesting Fact: Historically, Africans and indeed many other river based and coastal cultures, have stood up within their canoes and upon rafts and paddled standing for thousands of years. Conceptually therefore, the idea of standing and paddling using an extended canoe paddle is far from being a new concept. ( https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Standup_paddleboarding )
New experience to me.
Thank you for stopping by and checking out my work. 🙂
My wife and I were fishing in our rowboat one day when we saw some guys nearby harvesting clams from the bottom of Barnegat Bay. Patty expressed a wish to pluck up a few clams herself. As she prepared to climb out of the boat, I warned her, “Maybe those guys over there are very tall.” And it turned out they were. Glug-glug-glug. Her hat went floating away, but I retrieved it with a lucky cast.
Wow thank you for sharing this story with us. I always like to read those. 🙂
This one is amazing – love the colours and setting!
Thank you, I do like how the cookouts came out in that one. 🙂