Been waiting for some decent wind to hit to get my waterhousing out at St Kilda. To date, most of the days I’ve taken it out have been a little light making it hard to get decent photos as that requires the riders jumping over me.
Yesterday saw 40 degrees in Melbourne and when the cold change hit, the wind hit as well. Been looking for the best way to deal with water droplets with the dome port. I’ve previously used a flat port with a squeegee and/or candle wax, but with the dome port, spit and dipping the lens in the water seems to be the best way to deal with it.
The water in St Kilda still smells and tastes terrible. Not my favorite location from a water quality perspective, but the photos make it worth while.
Oddly enough, this photo makes the waves look huge where it was pretty flat with a little swell.
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