Back to the Gearagh for the first time in ohh, nearly a year. This time later in the day and lower tide than the previous visit. At low tide, huge banks of earth and mud are exposed, some of which are solid enough to walk on. Just be careful where you walk; Advice I could have taken myself as I quickly sunk into a particularly soggy spot. Praise the Lord for the invention of waterproof shoes.
Got to use my super compact, super plasticy 50mm f1.8 for the first time in ages, lot easier to carry that around than a 70-200 f2.8. Didn’t get too far down the trail before it got too dark to continue and by the time we got back to the car it was almost too dark to see where your feet were meeting the ground. Good job then that we didn’t continue any further into the wooded area, lest we become unwilling participants in a reconstruction of a blair witch film. But not the second one, that was crap.
So, before 2006 turns into 2007 all thats left for me to add to this post is “Happy New Year”. More of the same kind of thing in the year to come. But before any of that, more of this same kind of thing right now on flickr.