An object flew over Wellfleet Harbor at low tide on Sunday. At first I thought it was a remote control toy helicopter but it certainly didn’t fly like one. I asked a woman if it belonged to her kid and she laughed nervously and said her 6 year old didn’t have a drone and she had no idea why Wellfleet had one.
I unfortunately only had my 85mm not the 300mm so couldn’t get in really tight. Thoughts? Helicopter? Drone? Other?
Flying back to from where it came
Showing no inclination to land anytime soon
Ailsa’s theme for the week: Soft
I think the hardness of the helicopter nicely sets off the softness of the clouds over the river.
I do love what a few simple adjustments of subject and shutter speed can do to an image.
I think my favorite shot of the day…
The world’s a nicer place in my beautiful balloon
It wears a nicer face in my beautiful balloon
We can sing a song and sail along the silver sky
For we can fly we can fly
A beautiful morning. Abigail got off to school in good time, looking sharp – first day and all – and then I drove Katherine downtown to an appointment on the East Side. We figured we might spend a few minutes at the greenmarket before the appointment and then I would head out to an Audubon Sanctuary about an hour away. At 9:30 on a Thursday the drive downtown should not be more than 20/25 minutes. An hour and 10 minutes later, Katherine got out of the car to walk the last two blocks. I do not know but I am guessing this had to do with increased security because of the upcoming events on Sunday. Traffic heading back uptown was not as bad but still wasn’t good and I had to be back in the city by 2pm so I decided to stop at Inwood Hill Park, a tranquil, quiet and beautiful spot on the northern end of the island that I have written about before.
It was not as quiet as usual.