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Tags: blogging, humor, sail, sailing, sailors
Tags: arcadia, beach, blog, blogging, FAIL, lake michigan, laws of motion, physics, sail, sailing, sunfish, sunfish sailing, video
for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction.
I admit it, I’m an engineer by day – and should know better about the physics involved here, but I still somehow didn’t see it coming. my brother-in-law thought it’d be fun to jump off the Sunfish as we were approaching the beach. seemed like a reasonable and fun idea to me – until the boat rocked backwards and dumped me off into the water as well!
Tags: blog, blogging, dinghy, humor, old sailors, photography, sailing, sailor, sailors, Scott O'Donnell
Tags: arcadia, blog, blogging, camp arcadia, gopro, great lakes, lake michigan, laser performance, michigan, minifish, sailing, sailing log, sailing video, sunfish
I was skimming through some of my GoPro videos from our vacation last summer at Camp Arcadia on Lake Michigan, and I took a quick screenshot of T2 drifting along in the Minifish on a very calm day out on Lake Michigan.
it was an awesome day – sailing with my boys, but with them sailing solo in the Minifish while I was alone or with one of them in the Sunfish. after a bit, the boys switched places, and Noah got his turn drifting along in the Minifish.
not the greatest amount of wind, but still a beautiful day to mess about on the Great Lakes.
Tags: around the world, art, blogging, clowns, humor, nautical, nautical art, ocean, Petzel Gallery, sailing, sailing art, sailing clowns, sean landers, solo sailing
I stumbled on these unique paintings a couple days ago. the artist Sean Landers has created a collection called “Around the World Alone”, where he depicts a solo clown, sailing on the ocean.
for more details and additional paintings – see the full collection at Petzel Gallery.
Tags: blogging, bokeh, dslr, nature, Nikon, photo challenge, photography, rule of thirds, soft focus, squirrels
from our front yard maple tree a few years ago, a favorite resting spot for squirrels in the spring.
my contribution for this week’s photo challenge: rule of thirds