Today was the Cabot Trail and whale watching and I have to say, both were amazing – although the drive through the trail was a trip topper. I am still looking at the shots from today, but I think I am going to need to wait till I am at home and I have a better computer and not the little Surface that I brought with me. It does not have all the juice needed to Lightroom to work smoothly.
This is a shot from when we were waiting for the boat to go whale watching. I liked the black and white. Vahida liked the colour, and to compromise, she suggested we pop the red and black/white the rest. I like it.
We took out tour with Captain Mark’s Whale Watching Tours and went on the research vessel. There was the option to go on a zodiac boat as well, but we thought for our first time, we would do the bigger boat. We got lucky, and the boat was captained by Captain Mark who turned out to be a really nice guy with a great crew. The main girl who hosted us was named Sarah and she is part of a study of pilot whales at Dalhousie University. It was a lot of fun, but in the end, a little bit too much sun and not enough water for the day caused us not to feel 100% come the end.
Canon 7D, 1/320 of s second, F13, ISO 200. Today was gorgeous.