I love the way the setting sun lit up this jellyfish from the edge and made it appear to have a glow about it.
Aaron was in “stealth mode” as he crept up on the gulls. Another lesson in lens selection and shutter speed. He switched to the 70-200 Canon 2.8 lens right after this. (which is what I took this picture of him with) He is my caddie carrying the Kata backpack that I LOVE!
An evening shot of Aaron’s 1988 Toyota minivan. Back then they didn’t even have model names, it was just a minivan. Doesn’t that seem funny when today so much effort is put into creating an “identity” for a line within a company? This just kind of says it all…it is a minivan. Aaron has dubbed this vehicle with a great name, “The Future.”
My visit to Aaron’s new home in Florida was overdue. Because of the “busy-ness” of life, it just hadn’t happened. So finally I just planned it and took the plunge. What an awesome time we had. For the first time in years we had no plans other than when I landed and when I headed home, everything in between was totally open. I think I could get used to a life that wasn’t scheduled 24/7 weeks or even months in advance. These shots don’t tell the whole story, but it was so much fun. We drank great coffee, had some good meals and logged quite a few miles in “The Future” over three days. I can’t wait to go back and do this again!