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A Special Kinda Blue

For those who follow me, they know 2 things.   I love Bermuda and I love shooting black and white.   Every time I come to Bermuda I have the best intentions of shooting more b&w but it just never happens.   There... Continue Reading →

Royal Naval Dockyard

One of my favourite photography spots on the island is the Royal Naval Dockyard, in particular Commissioner's House.   I was a bit irked when we arrived to discovered the house was closed for "an official private function".   Argh,... Continue Reading →

America’s Cup Village

One advantage of the "new" style of America's Cup racing is that it's not offshore and as a result you can view the racing from shore.   Almost in a stadium environment.   The way that Bermuda is shaped creates... Continue Reading →

Tall Ships Continued

A few images from the other evening.    After they had passed down the north shore of Bermuda (my last series of pictures) they then moved into Hamilton Harbour where everyone can see the boats and take tours.   The... Continue Reading →

America’s Cup Racing

Warning:  A pile of photos ahead 🙂 Thanks to friends of mine who were nice enough to loan us their 14' skiff.   We picked up a spectator flag and went out to see the races close up and personal.... Continue Reading →

We’re Going To Need a Bigger Lens

To somewhat quote the famous line by Martin Brody in Jaws about needing a bigger boat.   Well today I needed a bigger lens 🙂 But I'm sure every photographer has been down this road because no matter how big of... Continue Reading →

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