“If you start to think the problem is ‘out there,’ stop yourself. That thought is the problem” – Stephen Covey
Good Day Durban!
Dave is a die-hard Canon man but Prakash tends to stray between Nikon, Fuji and some camera clubs 🙂.
We chatted to one of the boat crew who told us of very few fish and the ones that were caught were small, but lots of sewerage / waste being dumped from or out the harbour.
There was also mention of Chinese trawlers poaching in our waters. Everyone did their little bit to best try explain or guess why there are no fish when there should be.
It was then off to start the work day.
I was also told a tit-bit of information that reinforced the theory that times of extreme hardship in our lives can actually turn out to be huge blessings in disguise.
It obviously doesn’t feel like it at the time; it feels like living hell!
Yes, five years, or perhaps even shorter or longer, is a long time to wait but the benefits can be well worth it.
And yes the pain is unbearable at times, but again I say it can be well worth it.
Canon G3X, F5.6, 1/250 sec, ISO 125, manual, handheld, RAW, +/- 200m North of Moyo on the Pier
I burnt up an 8GB memory card before leaving and will be looking for some other photos / angles to work on.
A majestic sight!
Canon South Africa 6D, 24-105L, F9, ISO 640, 30 sec
#canon #canonsouthafrica #queenmary #queenmary2#ship #shipping #cruiseliner #luxuryboat #durban#durbanrocks #ilovedurban #sunset #longexposure#landscape #seascape #ethekwini #durbanharbour#durbanbay #cruiseship #msc #qm2
— in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal.
Part 3 can be viewed here.