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46/365 - Gemini Explorer


Beth's post to Facebook sums up our outing today:

It was such a lovely morning we said 'sod work' and all went for a walk from Cullen following the coastal path to Findlater Castle (rems of). Remarkably warm, beautiful sky, interesting rocks, cormorants, and hidden bays. Photos don't really do it justice.

Well, to be fair her photos did, but mine didn't particularly, not least as I had the 135mm lens on which wasn't the ideal choice. However I did get some shots of this vessel which was stooging about and we suspected was a dolphin watcher. Looking at the photos I got the name, "Gemini Explorer", and Google quickly found more details about it (we were right).

Track below if you're interested:

Date started:15/02/17
Distance:5.8 miles
Time taken:4:00
Moving time:2:43
Average speed:2.14mph
Maximum speed:3.62mph

We went out along the sea shore but came back part of the way via a different route as the path along the shore was very slippy in parts and I was getting tired and making mistakes.

Tags: photos, Scotland, walks Written 15/02/17
File Name:gemini_explorer.jpg
File Size:1344KB
Date/Time Taken:2017-02-15 12:43:56
Exposure Time:1/1600s
F Number:f/8
Focal Length:135mm
Focal Length In 35mm Film:unknown
Lens Model:Minolta MD Tele Rokkor 135mm f/3.5

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