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This will probably turn out to be a millstone and be abandoned part way through the year but various factors, not least ordering a new camera which is due to arrive sometime soon, mean that I'm going to attempt a photo 365 project - taking at least one photo every day in 2017.

So here's today's second attempt using my current camera (you can find the first here on YouTube).

For the first time since we've been here the tankers Petronordic and Petroatlantic are both moored up out in the Moray so in the teeth of a bitter north easterly I walked to the nearest high point and took this.

It's pretty poor quality: the light was poor so I was shooting at ISO 800 and they're probably six miles away in dirty air.

Tags: Nairn, photos Written 01/01/17
File Name:20170101_143244_08865.shop.jpg
File Size:1752KB
Make:SONY
Model:NEX-6
Date/Time Taken:2017-01-01 14:32:44
Exposure Time:1/1000s
F Number:f/8
ISO:800
Focal Length:135mm
Focal Length In 35mm Film:203mm
Lens Model:Minolta MD Tele Rokkor 135mm f/3.5

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