Filed under: Oceans, photography | Tags: Go Pro video camera, great white shark, kayaking
You buy this cool new HD waterproof sports video camera and you head out on your kayak to test it out. Here’s what you see. How do you act?
In case your interested, here the website for the cool Go Pro HD video camera.
Filed under: FotoFriday, maritime, photography | Tags: FotoFriday, photography, Pictory, The Big Picture
Every week, Pictory exhibits a different theme and this week it’s titled In Deep. Here’s what they have to say:
Bodies of water bring us comfort, euphoria, life.
Most of my happiest memories involve water. Water is the fundamental precursor of life and one of our most valuable resources, but most of us don’t think of it that way. We think of failed attempts to water ski and boiling hot days. Days at the beach or floats down the river. Water and heat work together to give us excuses to detach, relax, and forget. Soak it up.
Check out the images and short captions. They are always awesome. The cool thing about Pictory is that you can contribute to it too! So check out their upcoming themes and join in the fun. Who knows, your image and story might make it in. Good luck!
Filed under: FotoFriday, maritime, photography | Tags: FotoFriday, Michael Barley Photography, USCG Barque EAGLE
Awesome Animoto video of photos of the USCG Barque Eagle taken by Michael Barley via FB friend Rande Wilson. Enjoy!
Here’s a video of an amazing rescue undertaken by a highly trained US Navy helicopter team lead by Lt. Brandon Sheets. Watch to the very end to get the leadership lesson.
Here’s the full story via King5.com: Whidbey crew talks about amazing Skokomish River bridge rescue
Forget Hawaii, Australia and Southern Cali!
Now, surfs up in Wyoming! Catch the wave!
Filed under: maritime heritage | Tags: admiralty law, Betancourt, Greco & Kenyon, KPI Bridge Oil, marine photography, Pim Van Hemmen, PortSide New York, Van Hemen
First, I had the pleasure of playing in a foursome with Jeanne-Marie and Pim Van Hemmen in the KPI Bridge Oil Annual Golf Outing. Jeanne-Marie is an admiralty attorney and partner at Betancourt, Van Hemen, Greco & Kenyon; she is also a board member of PortSide New York, an exciting nonprofit located in Red Hook, Brooklyn which celebrates our rich maritime heritage. Her husband, Pim, is a marine photographer with an incredible body of work which you have to check out. (marine/other). It was great to learn all of the exciting programs underway and plans for the future at PortSide New York.
Also, yesterday, the New York Times featured PortSide New York in an article by Isolde Rafferty for their Red Hook Journal titled A Retired Tanker, a Home and a Summertime Stage. If you are in or around New York, get over there this summer and experience one of New York’s hidden treasures.
Staying on the photography theme, here’s a good way to keep your Charlie the Tuna camera safe.
Flag dip to Petapixel on Twitter.