Duck’s eye view

          Remembering the mosaic plates and pots yesterday made me think of the boat trip we took on our sunniest day in Brugge.  The only boats on the canal were the tour boats, full of tourists (no surprise there) who were pointing their cameras at anything and everything, me included.  I used the scatter-gun approach, holding my camera high and pointing it in the general direction of anything which took my eye, trusting to the auto-focus to find me a good picture to keep the memory alive while I enjoyed the ride.

          As I look back on the other tourists on the canal that day, some carefully trying to capture the perfect picture and others like me, hoping for a good crop  later, I wonder how many other people’s photos of the canal and boats I appeared in that day.

          Here’s a selection of the other people I captured enjoying the view from the water too.

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           More from before: pictures from my holiday in “Brugge” in July 2011.

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4 thoughts on “Duck’s eye view

    • I agree with you here, as much as I’d love a better camera, I would have needed many more boat trips to capture as many pretty shots as I did with my little red camera. 🙂

    • Thanks, the little red camera has 14 megapixels so there’s plenty of scope to straighten and pick out the bits I want later. And the tour … it was beautiful. 🙂

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