Two images from a visit to the Tall ships at Greenock two days ago. The evening light was rather poor (raining at times), and they are not the best of shots, but I hope those who view them will still enjoy them.
V 1: Prow view of the "Dar Mlodziezy", a Polish 3 masted sailing ship, launched in 1982 in the Gdansk shipyard, and whose home port is Gdynia.
V 2: View west over the James Watt dock with some of the smaller ships and the Titan crane (captured as the light was fading around 9.45pm.......hence the high ISO at 1200)
Details: see EXIF
Many thanks to all who supported the "Red Rose of Lancaster", and special thanks to Ann ("EAS")) for identifying it for me.
|Camera:||Nikon D7000 Check out Nikon Nation!|
|Lens:||DX 18-200mm. |
|Recording media:||JPEG (digital)|
|Focal Length:||29mm. and 35mm.|
|Lens Max Aperture:||f/-|
|Aperture:||f/13.0 and 16.0|
|Shutter Speed:||1/100 and 1/125sec|
|Exposure Comp:||-0.67 for both.|
|ISO:||400 and 1200|
|Metering Mode:||Pattern for both|