Sunday, March 16, 2008

A Fishing Trip (3)

Note: Continued from Fishing Trip (2).

IMG_3644 (by changyang1230)
It's a rocky seaside, with some not-so-appealing weeds.

IMG_3617 (by changyang1230)
So we took pictures with rocks.

IMG_3619 (by changyang1230)
And weeds.

IMG_3753 (by changyang1230)
Having done with the rocks and the weeds, we headed to a beach nearby. If you look at the centre of this picture closely, you will see...

IMG_3674 (by changyang1230)
Colourful beach houses.

IMG_3779 (by changyang1230)
So we took pictures again.

IMG_3718 (by changyang1230)
Some waded in the sea.

IMG_3799 (by changyang1230)
While some stayed on the beach to watch interesting scenes like...

IMG_3740 (by changyang1230)
A kid playing with his dog.

IMG_3719 (by changyang1230)
As much as we enjoyed the day and the beach, the sun is setting.

IMG_3726 (by changyang1230)
So we decided to call it a day.

THE END.

All photos and more can be found here: Flickr - Fishing at Mornington Mar 08. Original size images are available.

5 comments:

day-dreamer said...

I love the scenery pictures! :D

Eric Fu said...

Your pictures make me wish that I was there...

I am sure you enjoyed yourself!

Alvin Ooi said...

eh how come my comment on OWL's hat disappeared? I tot it looks kinda advanced. hoho

SilverIsle said...

Woah. I like IMG_3719!

And the lens you are using is all in one lens eh?

changyang1230 said...

Thanks for the compliments.

Alvin: No wor I didn't get that comment. You probably didn't pass that word verification (blogger verification is weird, sometimes I can't even tell whether it's vv or w). Make sure you check that the comment is already saved before closing the window.

Silverisle: It's the Tamron 17-50. I only have two lens what, if it's not the outright bokeh pics I usually use the Tamron for the flexibility. :P